I’ve been working on a number of activities lately.

Get Hired (Tech & Healthcare)

Assistant Organizer

See my blog post here.

PDX Women In Tech

Volunteer Event Operations Team & Blog Contributor (well, soon anyway!)

“PDX Women In Tech empowers individuals within the Portland-area tech industry by offering community and skill-building events, mentorship, and access to jobs and opportunities. [They] exist to encourage women, non-binary, and underrepresented people to join tech and support and empower them to stay in tech.”

I will support events and have been supporting outreach efforts, too.

CoLab Coworking

Blog Contributor

“CoLab Coworking is a shared office for anyone looking to join a community of people who love to work. CoLab’s foundation is built on the value and importance of business networking and community. This means that our focus is on creating and sustaining a community of professional teams and individuals working and growing their businesses in tandem.”


Volunteer – Mock Interviews, etc.

“nConnect is a private-public partnership working to promote and maintain effective connections between business and school. nConnect provides responsive community and school communication, including collaboration with business/industry representatives, and across the K-20 education spectrum.”

Collaborative Business Management Article

Contributor & Co-Author[ing]

A Washington State University Vancouver professor and I are collaborating on an article for a business management publication. I’m hopeful to have an update by summertime.

University of Portland Pamplin School of Business

Volunteer Judge – 2018-19 $100K Venture Competition

“The $100K Challenge Venture Competition is a premier business, social enterprise and invention competition hosted by the Franz Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation at the University of Portland. Underwritten by generous donors to the University, the competition promotes experiential education about entrepreneurship and new business development by focusing on student created, launched, and managed ventures.”

Published by Danny Rehr

Danny Rehr supports the ambitions of others to meet promise and potential. A graduate of University of Portland's Pamplin School of Business he earned an MBA with a concentration in Strategy. Danny is an organization development professional who uses his skillset professionally and in the community. He enjoys writing expository articles on the subjects of ambition, strategy, and business management. Similarly, he gives talks on the topics of informational interviewing and linking opportunities with resources for both personal and professional development. Danny loves coffee and fountain pens.

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