Adrienne Enriquez, CACG Program Manager
Adrienne has held the program manager position since its inception in November 2010. An Oregon native, Adrienne holds a B.A. in Mathematics and Sociology from Grinnell College (Grinnell, IA) and an M.A. in Sociology of Education and Race Relations from the University of Miami (Coral Gables, FL). Prior to her tenure with CACG, Adrienne worked in college admissions and as a high school mathematics teacher. Recently named to the Oregon College Access Network (OrCAN) board, Adrienne has also had a long tenure as a member of the Citizens Budget Review Committee for the Portland Public Schools and the Oregon ACT Council.
Contact Adrienne if you have general questions about the College Access Challenge Grant or any questions specific to your project:
Ashley Doyle, College Access Programs Assistant
Ashley started at OUS as an office assistant in the Portland Chancellor’s Office in 2008. She became the Programs Assistant in 2010 after making the move to Eugene. Ashley holds a B.S. in management and marketing from Portland State University, which she earned after transferring from Lane Community College. She is now looking to get her Master’s in Educational Leadership at the University of Oregon. Prior to her tenure with OUS, Ashley worked in the private and non-profit sectors as a small business manager.
Contact Ashley if you have questions about invoicing, cost share reports, or any other financial matters related to your project:
Stephanie Carnahan, Director of College Access Programs
Stephanie joined OUS as the Oregon GEAR UP Project Manager in March 2003. She became Project Director in 2005 when the original director left. Stephanie stepped into her current role when the CACG grant came to OUS. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Oklahoma State University and a Master’s in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Prior to her tenure with OUS, Stephanie worked in various student services positions at colleges and universities around the country as well as with nonprofit organizations.