Alison Stoll, Executive Director provides general management for Central Northeast Neighbors. This includes oversight of the coalition’s annual budget, board development and planning.  Alison provides support for neighbors and neighborhood leaders in many different ways. She represents the organization participating on various committees and boards. She holds a Bachelors in Education and cherishes her time spent with family and grandchildren. Phone: (503) 823-2778 Email:


Sandra Lefrancois, Community Program Manager empowers neighbors to be dialed in with what is happening as the communications manager. Coordinates the Small Grants Program increasing opportunities for community groups to address issues that affect them. Creates educational events to guide change at the local level with collaborations. Organizes the Land use and Transportation Committee providing a forum for community leaders to weigh-in on planning efforts that impact livability. Sandra holds a Masters of Environmental Design in Canada. Enjoys teaching yoga. Phone: (503) 823-2780 Email:


Ronda Johnson, Office Manager provides general support for office functioning. This includes bookkeeping, reporting, and updating neighborhood files. She supports and organizes special neighborhood projects and the annual clean up events. She is the first point of contact for neighbors in the office. Ronda applies neighbor and in office problem solving skills daily. She is a trained master recycler for businesses. Ronda is continuing her education and is happily raising her son and daughters. Phone: (503) 823-3156 Email:


Tay Stone, Student Intern assists the Program Manager with the LUTOP Committee and the Community Conversations Project.  They help with the coordination of bi-monthly community dinner events in collaboration with local non-profit organizations like IRCO’s Asian Family Center and the Native American Youth and Family Center to strengthen relationships and community resilience in CNN neighborhoods.  They are a Master of Urban and Regional Planning Candidate at PSU. Email:


Erik Memmott, Student Intern assists the Program Manager with research regarding local transportation, safety, equity, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements along the NE Sandy corridor. He is coordinating with PBOT, CNN, and neighborhood leaders on grant proposals. This involves outreach, networking and support. He brings a passion for transportation safety, efficiency, and overall high functionality for all modes. He is a Master of Urban and Regional Planning Candidate at PSU. Email: