With a BA in Finance and an MBA in Management, Laurey brings more than 25 years experience working in nonprofit fundraising, project management, and organizational growth and development. She provides strong leadership, vision and direction as ReFIT fulfills its mission to help more people.
Laurey was presented with the Unsung Hero Award from the City of Lake Oswego in 2006 for her work with youth. When she isn’t working on behalf of ReFIT Portland, Laurey holds an adjunct faculty position at Clackamas Community College. She is also a member of Sigma Beta Delta, the International Honor Society for business management and administration.
Board Of Directors
Jeffrey Fraiser, JD – President
Jeffrey S. Frasier is a senior attorney at Chenoweth Law Group, PC. He represents plaintiffs and defendants in State and Federal courts, with a focus on real estate, business, commercial, construction, insurance, environmental, disputes involving wills, trusts and estates, complex personal injury and property damage and other areas of civil litigation. Licensed to practice in Oregon and California, Jeff received his law degree from Southwestern University School of Law in 1988, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Oregon State University in 1984.
Jeff’s hobbies include fishing, mountain biking, running, exploring the wonderful array of restaurants in the Portland area, following Oregon State sports teams and watching all types of sports.
Dave Hallin – Vice President
As the Director of Construction Services for Kennedy Restoration in Portland, Dave uses his 30 years of experience managing the construction operations on a day to day basis. Sitting on the ReFIT Project Committee his expertise is an invaluable asset to the organization. Dave is also a member of the Oregon Remodelers Association and chairs the ORA/ReFIT Golf Tournament committee every year.
Dave has 4 grown kids and enjoys playing golf in his spare time.
Terrance Mason – Secretary
Terrance owns Terrance Mason Interiors, a local full-service interior design firm specializing in residential and small commercial spaces. In his former home state of Colorado, Terrance established an ongoing toy chest at the Denver Children’s Hospital Oncology Ward. Terrance is an active member and past president of the Northwest Society of Interiors Designers (NWSID). For ReFIT Terrance has worked for the past four years assisting in fund-raising endeavors.
Scott Riggs, CR CKBR – Treasurer
Right from the start, Scott demonstrated a commitment to the highest level of communication and positive collaboration with clients. Not surprisingly, these are the very same qualities that keep clients coming back and referring friends and family to Riggs and Martin. Scott is a Certified Remodeler and Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler. In addition to his design expertise, estimating, sales and project oversight, Scott finds time to volunteer as Treasurer on the Board of Directors for ReFIT and has served as President for the Oregon Remodelers Association.
Both on and off the job, Scott is an avid and passionate photographer.
Domenica Gonzales, MPA – Director
Domenica has a degree in Communications with a focus in Social Development and has being in the field of social work for nearly 10 years. Originally from Peru, Domenica also has a Master’s in Public Administration and has worked with the HIV positive community for almost 3 years. Most of her professional carrier is being dedicated to create equity within minorities and other undeserved communities as she is eager to continue working on the public health field working to empower communities and decrease health disparities.
On her days off Domenica enjoys spending time with her son who soon will be a year old and her husband Matthew.
David A. Tebeau – Director
Dave Started with the City of Portland in 1990 as a Housing Inspector with the then Bureau of Buildings performing complaint driven livability inspections. It was in these early days with the city that Dave first came to the realization of the disconnect and lack of resources available for the most vulnerable of our society. Just finding someone to make a few simple repairs, let alone making alterations to make homes more accessible for those in need were far and few between. Fast forward to today, Dave is a Senior Building inspector in the Residential Section of the now Bureau of Development services. Discovering and aligning with ReFIT has allowed him to become involved in a real way providing those much needed accessibility resources to those most vulnerable he became so familiar with so many years ago.
In his off time Dave enjoys spending time with his wife Diane and their children as well as playing music.
Linda Miller – Director
Linda and her family have been involved and active in the remodeling industry for over 30 years. Before retiring in June of 2014, Linda spent 18 years working as an administrative assistant for Portland Public Schools. These experiences and working with a diverse public translates well into serving with ReFIT. Linda believes strongly in the mission of ReFIT and has been a member of the Communications Committee for the past 2 years. Her attention to details has served her well in her role as editor of the ReFIT Newsletter.
In her spare time Linda makes and sells jewelry, enjoys traveling with her husband and spending time with her five grandchildren.
Aaron Stevens – Director
Aaron Stevens works as the Business Manager for Don Tankersley & Co. He has been in the construction world for over twenty years: working as a carpenter on organic farms in Switzerland; volunteering as an Assistant Project Manager with Habitat for Humanity; expanding operations into Seattle as Director of Operations for Hammer & Hand. Over the past 20+ years, DTC has been earning a reputation among architects, clients and building professionals as one of Portland’s preeminent builders. DTC is dedicated to contributing to the Portland community at large and is very proud and excited to be part of the ReFit organization.
When not working, Aaron enjoys spending time with his young family, playing golf and exploring the great outdoors.
Lynda Wilson – Director
f of the founding pair at which started in 1982. a residential general contractor with extensive experience in home remodeling, and has earned a reputation of treating its clients with honesty and carin involved in numerous chqwerqweqearitable groups and endeavors, including sponsorship for several nonprofits and community groups. Jeff has been supporting ReFit since 2007, first on the production committee and now serving as a board memrrber. While being proud to have been a part of this organization and all that i looks forward to futureqwrqwishments with ReFit.
Wendy Vaughn – Director
Wendy has worked over 33 years as an interior designer, specializing the last 12 years in window coverings. A member of the Northwest Society of Interior Designers (NWSID) for over 25 years, serving on the Board of Directors including past president, led to an introduction to ReFIT. Wendy has participated in annual fund raisers for ReFIT over the past 9 years. When not working, she enjoys tennis and time spent with family including 3 active grandchildren.
Jim Kitchin, MCR GCP – Director
Jim Kitchin owns InterWorks, L.L.C., General Contractors, with his wife Debbie. InterWorks specializes in Residential Remodeling and Commercial Tenant Improvements and Renovation. Jim has more than 40 years experience in the construction industry the majority as an owner or partner.
Jim is a Master Certified Remodeler and Green Certified Professional with the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). InterWorks has been the recipient of several NARI and Oregon Remodelers Association (ORA) awards. Jim has served as chair of the ORA Education committee, on the association board of directors and is a past president. He served on the Oregon Department of Energy Advisory Committee for Energy Performance Scores in 2010 and is currently an industry representative on the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) Board of Directors
Brandy Callaghan – Director
Brandy started working in the industry after answering an ad at her high school career center in 1988. After years working for The Carpet Place’s previous owner John Rollin, who founded the company in 1967, Brandy bought the company and its two stores in 2003. She quickly developed a passion for business and developing her team through coaching, motivating, and engaging them. In 2007 she rebranded the company and now it is better known as Area Floors.
Being a Native Oregonian, she loves to do anything specific to the NW. Wine tasting, cooking, local dining, outdoor concerts and wandering around Farmers Market’s.
Favorite quote – “There is no right or wrong, just experiences to help shape us!”