Occupation: Citizen activist. President, Mothers for Children; Director, Neighborhoods Protective Association Address: P.O. Box 19224, Portland, Oregon 97219

Occupational Background: Occupational Therapist for 9 years at the Portland Veteran’s Hospital

Educational Background: Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri A.A. Degree; Pomona College, B.A. Degree, Claremont, California.; Occupational Therapy degree, University of Southern California in Los Angeles

Prior Governmental Experience: Employed at the Portland Veteran’s Hospital

Education in a free society is essential to our freedom here in the United States of America. Portland Community College has a great deal of opportunity to influence “an upright and desirable citizenry”.

The American’s Creed by William Tyler Page was adopted by an Act of Congress, April 6, 1918. It partially states: “I believe in the United States of America, as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; democracy in a republic; a sovereign nation of many sovereign states. I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it, to support its constitution, to obey its laws, to respect its flag, and to defend it against all enemies.”

MORE POLICE NEEDED. WEIDLICH believes we need more money to increase protection and hire more well-trained and highly qualified officers! All citizens have the Constitutional right to be secure in their own residence. Portland cannot find enough police officers to fill their ranks. Jr. College degree in law enforcement should be fine.

MOTHERS FOR CHILDREN. As President, WEIDLICH supports equal education for all. This means helping families, communities and educators work together to help our youth succeed. Their individual talents need to be encouraged and valued. She takes her stand on the Oregon law 336.067, which reads: “In public schools special emphasis shall be given to instruction in a) Honesty, morality, courtesy, obedience to law, respect for parents and the home, the dignity and necessity of honest labor, and other lessons which tend to promote an upright and desirable citizenry.”

Call 503-246-5757

(This information furnished by Mrs. Louise H. Weidlich)


Occupation: Attorney

Occupational Background: Computer programmer; planning analyst; attorney

Educational Background: B.A. Mathematics, New York University; J.D., Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College

Prior Governmental Experience: Board of Directors, Portland Community College, 1999-present; Judge Pro Tem; Board of Trustees, Portland Community College Foundation; Multnomah County Bar Association Judicial Selection Committee.

LEADERSHIP. Doreen is President Elect of the Oregon Community College Association, an association of Board Members and Presidents from Oregon’s 17 community colleges, and an ex-officio member of the Oregon School Boards Association Board of Directors. She is working with community colleges throughout the state to strengthen the funding for community colleges and keep them affordable.

VISION. Doreen will work to maintain the excellence at Portland Community College. PCC is the largest institution of higher education in Oregon. Doreen will work to maintain the affordability and accessibility of the lower division transfer courses, technical career courses and lifelong learning courses at PCC. She wants to make sure that PCC offers everyone in our community educational opportunities. Doreen wants PCC to continue to partner with business and industry to ensure that we stay on the cutting edge of technology as we look towards the future.

“I am proud to have served the community as a member of the PCC Board of Directors. My work has just begun. I care about our students. I want to continue my service to the community and my work for the students.”

Doreen is endorsed by the Portland Community College Faculty Federation, AFL-CIO.

Doreen and her husband, author Phillip Margolin, have lived in Southwest Portland for 30 years. They have two adult children.

Retain Doreen Margolin, Director Zone 5, Portland Community College.

(This information furnished by Doreen Margolin)