Board of Directors
Board of Directors of the Portland Metro Chapter of the IIBA™
The Portland Metro Chapter Board of Directors is comprised of dedicated volunteers who constantly strive to add value to the membership and to forward the best interests of the chapter. Please feel free to contact Board of Directors members with any questions, concerns, or suggestions you may have.
Kelly Goodwin is currently a Senior IT Consultant at XPO Logistics, with more than ten years of progressively responsible business analysis and project management experience at Fortune 500 companies (Con-way, Nike, Cambia Health Solutions). While Kelly is a proud Agile practitioner; her BA background started with more traditional waterfall analysis. She brings contagious enthusiasm and creativity to the role of president, with a keen interest in supporting the professional development of BAs throughout the Portland metro area, and boosting the value of the IIBA Portland chapter through service oriented continuous improvement.
Vice President, Marketing and Communication
Stacy is a Business Analyst and Technical Writer. She is a graduate of the University of Portland with a major in Operations and Technology Management. Stacy has worked in Health, Finance, Government, and Energy as a Business Analyst Consultant. Currently, Stacy is part of the Urban Tech Jobs Program with the Urban League of Portland and is pursing a tech training in cyber security and is a current recipient of a Grow with Google Scholarship.
Vice President, Education and Certification
Vanda Novak is a Business Systems Analyst/Business Analyst with eight years of experience. She has been a member of the International Institute of Business Analysis since August 2016. Vanda worked in Agile software development as a Business Analyst and has also worked in data modeling. Her interests include drawing meaningful insights from data and facilitating optimal solutions development. Vanda is pursuing her certification as a practicing Business Analyst. She holds a bachelor’s in mathematics from the University of Washington.