the museum of the oregon territory's most valuable resource is our incredible volunteer community.

If you love History and want to get involved with our exciting team email volunteers@clackamashistory.org for more details.   


 

Staff

 

Our organization is dedicated to enriching the lives of current and future generations through collecting, preserving and interpreting the history of historic Clackamas County.

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Jenna Barganski, Museum Manager

Jenna has a professional background in history and the arts.  She is currently finishing up her Master’s degree in History and Public History at Portland State University.  Her field of interest includes Pacific Northwest history and women’s history.  Jenna’s thesis project analyzes Oregon’s female murderers between 1850 and 1950.

Contact: manager@clackamashistory.org

 
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Waldo McGinnis, Marketing Director & IT Lead

With a background in Illustration & Graphic Design, Waldo started as a member of the CCHS Volunteer Community and has been curating the historical society's media presence since 2016. In addition to managing the Clackamas County Historical Society social media presence and on-site technology, Waldo has also designed many of the assets featured at MOOT.

Contact: marketing@clackamashistory.org

 
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Manager of Historic Collections

Bio coming soon!

 

Contact: collections@clackamashistory.org

 

Sara Cone, Volunteer & Visitor Services Coordinator

Bio coming soon!

 

Contact: volunteers@clackamashistory.org


Board Members

Bruce Hanson,
President

Wade Byers,
Vice President

John Salisbury,
Secretary

Craig Danielson,
Treasurer

Marilyn Morrissey,
Past President

Penny Charman

Tim Garrison

Mike Norris

Jack Hammond

Darlene Judkins

Cherie Kennemer

Ed Lindquist

Jim Tompkins
(1947 - 2017)


Open Positions

We are currently not looking for new team members at this time, however we are always accepting applications for dedicated volunteers. Please contact Jenna if you are interested in volunteering at the museum of the Oregon Territory or Stevens-Crawford Historic House.