Redistricting and Its Impact in Oregon

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Now that the 2020 Census has concluded, the next step is to look at how Oregon will be redistricted. Redistricting has significant political and financial implications throughout the state. Our panel of engaging and knowledgeable speakers will share why redistricting is critical for Oregon and how it will affect Oregon’s communities, especially rural areas and under-represented groups. The panel will also examine what philanthropy can do to ensure a fair, equitable and inclusive redistricting process for all Oregonians. 

Erin Dysart
Strategic Initiatives Program Officer
Meyer Memorial Trust


Erin is driven by the belief that we can do better for each other, and she feels a deep responsibility to use the privileges she has experienced in service of others, Erin joined the Meyer team in 2016. Prior to joining Meyer, Erin helped administer the U.S. State Department’s Fulbright Scholar Program at the Institute of International Education and managed scholarship programs at AFS Intercultural Programs. Erin served as Chautauqua Scholar with Oregon Humanities for three years and is an AmeriCorps NCCC alumna.

Esperanza Tervalon-Garrett
Dancing Hearts Consulting, LLC


Esperanza Tervalon-Garrett is a queer, Afro-Puerto Rican woman, and a native daughter of Oakland, California. She is the founder and Principal of Dancing Hearts Consulting, LLC, a progressive political consulting firm that curates innovative ideas, programs, and campaigns to challenge the status quo and test emerging strategies that change the political game to win long-term change for the people most impacted by systemic oppression.

Caitlin Baggott-Davis
Executive Director
North Star Civic Foundation


Caitlin is a dynamic and entrepreneurial leader with eighteen years of demonstrated success in civic engagement, nonprofit management, and policy advocacy. Prior to helping launch North Star Civic Foundation, Caitlin spent two years as an independent strategy and communications consultant, focused on bringing independent analysis and outcomes-focused problem solving to intractable public-interest issues – from assessing the economic impacts of the Columbia River Crossing project to investigating changes in campaign contributions in Oregon legislative races.

Ana Munoz
Director of Community Engagement and Leadership
Latino Network


Ana joined the Latino Network team in the spring of 2014 working with the School Based Programs (formerly known as Family & Youth Engagement). Currently, she manages the family engagement team and coordinates the Colegio de Padres sessions. She feels blessed to be working at such a great organization that allows her to share her skills, knowledge, and life experiences with the community.

Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Time: 1:00 – 2:30pm
Cost: Free to Members, Nonmembers $45

This program is open to members and nonmembers. If you are a nonmember you may register by contacting us at info@gosw.org.