Program Specialist, City of Tualatin.
Volunteer Program Managers, City of Tualatin
is located at 18878 SW Martinazzi Ave., Tualatin. Ph. 503.691.3071
Certified Oregon Esthetician, has been on the forefront of face and body contouring for the past three years in Oregon. She has helped clients across the Northwest achieve their aesthetic face and body goals. Now, she brings her own body sculpting knowledge to Tualatin, with the latest and most advanced technologies from around the world. With her advanced expertise in the field accompanied by fully licensed aesthetic team – Aesthetic Body Design is Oregon’s premiere destination for face and body contouring – client focused, results driven. For more information or to book a consultation, visit http://www.aestheticbodydesign.com or call 503-575-7653.
Prescott Bluebird Recovery Project
and her partner of 18 years have built a life in Tualatin where they pride themselves on a balance of exploring the abundance of both the natural world and the box-stores. Beth is a proud mom of two children, ages 9 and 5. Their family enjoys biking, hiking and dance partiest. Beth’s business, Beth Dittman Coaching and Consulting, LLC., began in 2015 when she transitioned from her work as an educator and administrator in higher education and into private practice. She now supports a wide variety of clients in their development of organizational systems, navigation of transitions, and integration of wellness and efficiency habits into daily life. Beth can be reached at email@example.com.
Beth Dittman has served as a member of the City of Tualatin Parks and Recreation Committee (TPARK) since May 2018 and as the chair since August 2019. She is a 12-year resident of Tualatin and she and her partner of 18 years and their two children, ages 9 and 5, are park enthusiasts and advocates.
Christen Sacco is currently serving as Tualatin City Councilor and previously served as a member of the City of Tualatin Parks and Recreation Committee where she participated in the development of the Tualatin Parks Master Plan. She is a 14-year resident of Tualatin and visits Tualatin parks daily with her two dogs.