We are excited to welcome two new members to our Board of Directors! Jay Rafter and Tony Rapp bring a wealth of experience and relevant skill sets to our work, and will be valuable assets to Store to Door’s leadership. Read on to learn more about each new addition…
Tony Rapp currently serves as Director of Technology with Cambia Health Solutions and is responsible for claim and membership services across the Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Plan. Tony first got involved with Store to Door as a volunteer in 2019, helping to choose a new technology platform for our volunteer program management, and connected immediately with the program’s mission and values. Recognizing the great and growing need felt by seniors and adults living with disabilities, and the impact that Store to Door’s work has in the community, Tony looks forward to playing an active role on the Board of Directors.
Originally from Skagit Valley Washington, Tony has now lived in Seattle for more than 20 years. He considers Portland his second home due to frequent travel for work, and holds great admiration for the community and culture of Portland and its surrounding areas. Tony is a graduate of the University of Washington Foster School of Business, a loving husband, and a proud father of two girls.
Jay Rafter joins Store to Door’s Board of Directors with more than 30 years of experience as an intellectual property lawyer, and is a retired partner from Stoel Rives LLP’s Portland office. Currently an angel investor with TiE Oregon Angels, Jay serves as an advisor to startups and young companies on both intellectual property and business matters, and informally mentors law students as well.
Jay has consulted with Store to Door on several legal matters in the last eight years and has served on the program’s Finance Committee since 2019. Connecting personally with Store to Door’s mission since first assisting in a pro-bono legal capacity, Jay looks forward to being a part of supporting the program’s continued projected growth, and to the possibility of considering additional services. He brings insight and respect for the program’s management team, employees, and volunteers, as well as confidence in the strength of the program to continue and expand service moving beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.