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Councilor Tracie Heidt

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Date of swearing in: January 7, 2015
Educational background: Master of Arts in Teaching from Lewis and Clark College
Bachelor of Arts in English from Portland State University
Work history: Volunteer Services and Special Events Associate at Tualatin Hills Park & Rec District; High School English Teacher; Volunteer Coordinator for the Canby School District; Library Storytime Presenter; Substitute Teacher; Collaborative Practices Intern.

Government and Committee Experience:

Friends of the Canby Public Library: Membership Chair and Volunteer Coordinator
Auburn Farms Homeowners’ Association: President and Vice President
Canby Community Preschool: Registrar and Special Events Coordinator
Youth Running Club of Canby: Founder, Manager, and Coach
Oregon Battle of the Books: Director of the Eccles Elementary chapter
Canby Visioning Committee: participant
Canby Reads Initiative: participant
Ford Foundation Leadership Cohort: participant
What you'd like Canby to know about you:

I grew up in Canby and then lived in other cities, states, and countries for several years until I returned to Canby in 2009 with my husband and three daughters. I’ve been involved in many leadership positions and community groups since returning to my hometown, and I enjoy doing citizen engagement work very much.

I am connected to the parents and children of Canby, the senior citizens, the Latino community, the nonprofit groups, the education community, Kiwanis, Rotary, and the Lions Club; and I collaborate with several church groups as well.

My goal is to enact the city council value of “inclusive community.” I would like our citizens to feel welcome, listened to, and to know that their city government is here to serve them.

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