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Board of Directors

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Seth Prickett

Founder/Board Chair

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Seth grew up in Hillsboro and is a 5th generation Oregonian. A Linfield College Alumni, Seth has over a decade of professional political experience including positions as campaign manager, PAC director, legislative chief of staff and lobbyist. As a college student, Seth traveled to Ghana his junior year to study the history and emergence of the country post-colonial control. It was during this trip that Seth learned fist hand the difference in opportunities available to children of first and third world countries. As the driving force behind Framework, he has returned to Ghana nearly every year to help build schools and teach as a volunteer. In his free time, Seth enjoys photography, spending time with friends and family, hiking and the outdoors.

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Amy Smith

Secretary

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Amy is a graduate of Linfield College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and nurtured her passion for literature.  During her studies she spent a term at Georgetown University focusing on international political and economic systems.  While in D.C., she volunteered as a legislative relations intern at the Children’s Rights Council. In her professional life, Amy works in the Leadership Development field at Oliver Wyman, where she is a front-line resource for the global faculty network and oversees the network’s operations and communications. A native Oregonian, Amy appreciates the state’s natural beauty and exploring the local food scene. Traveling to Ghana in 2008, she was inspired to contribute to Framework’s goal of expanding educational opportunities in the developing nation through the genuine enthusiasm and curiosity of the students she encountered.

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Annie Mitchell

Treasurer

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Ten years into her professional career, Annie Mitchell took a year off to travel around the world, visiting 28 countries on five continents. In addition to beautiful sights and amazing adventures, she saw first hand the importance of and need for access to education in developing nations. Upon her return to the States she relocated to Portland and was introduced to Framework International. Annie was impressed by the specific focus and dedication of the organization and started volunteering in 2011. In her professional life she is a Corporate Finance professional, working for a multinational corporation. Annie graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a degree in Economics and the University of Denver with an MBA and a Master of Science in Finance. Annie is Framework’s Treasurer.

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Molly Baer Kramer

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Molly has worked as a nonprofit development professional for more than 12 years, focused on raising money from individuals - first with a river conservation organization, then with the Oregon League of Conservation Voters, where she most recently served as Deputy Director. Molly is currently based in Portland, Oregon, while completing a dissertation for a PhD in history for the University of Oxford in the UK, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. Molly traveled to Ghana in November of 2012 and was deeply impressed by Framework’s impact and moved by the energy and enthusiasm of the children there. She is looking forward to returning!

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Aline Blumenauer

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Aline is a native of Burkina Faso. She came to the US in 1996 to attend college, graduating from the University of Arizona with Bachelors and Masters degrees in Finance. She has worked as a finance professional in the real estate, tax consulting and green building industries. She also spent a few months working in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. Having spent more than half her life in Burkina Faso, Aline understands the importance of education and how crucial it was to her success. Aline loves children and would like to see every child in Africa have access to basic educational needs. Framework’s goals align well with hers and she is committed to working with the organization to build more schools, empower communities and build sustainable economies.