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Oregon Ballot Fiasco Spotlights Clerk's Troubled 20-Year Run

County clerk Sherrie Hall has been elected five times in the past 20 years, despite missteps that impacted two previous elections and cost taxpayers at least 0,000.

Biden-backed Schrader Ousted in Oregon Primary

Seven-term U.S. Rep. Kurt Schrader has been ousted in a Democratic primary in Oregon by progressive challenger Jamie McLeod-Skinner.

Timeline of Oregon County's Ballot Tally Remains Uncertain

Three weeks after Oregon’s third-largest county learned that a majority of their ballots were unreadable by vote-counting machines, state officials have yet to receive a plan detailing how they will meet their deadline

Salinas, Erickson, Win Primaries in New Oregon 6th District

Salinas, who has maintained her lead as more ballots have been counted from Tuesday's primary, would be Oregon’s first Hispanic congresswoman


Baton Rouge Area Foundation Opens Entries for 16th Annual Gaines Award

August 15 submissions deadline for ,000 prize ...

Rose Festival Returns With a Bang This Week

CityFair on the waterfront opens Friday, May 27 ...

Black Domain Exhibit Opens June 2

Through portraits of Black Portlanders in their homes, at work, in creativity, and at worship, the exhibit captures places of...

Oregon Warns Recipients of Food Boxes About Recall of Jif Peanut Butter

Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is warning the people of Oregon to be on the lookout for Jif brand peanut butter that may be...

USS Oregon officially joins Navy fleet after pandemic delays

GROTON, Conn. (AP) — The USS Oregon officially joined the U.S. Navy fleet on Saturday, marking the first submarine named after the Beaver State in more than a century. The newest Virginia-class fast attack submarine, which can dive to depths greater than 800 feet (240 meters), was...

Man accused of placing neo-Nazi sticker at immigrant center

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A suburban Portland, Oregon, man was arraigned in court Friday for allegedly placing a white-supremacist, neo-Nazi sticker near an immigrant community center in east Portland, and police said more than a dozen guns were found during a search of his car and residence. ...


Supreme Court’s Latest Decision Devastating for Death Row Inmates

The court ruled that state prisoners cannot submit claims of inadequate counsel to federal courts ...

OP-ED: America the Beautiful — Community Project Funding

Achieving the vision of “America the Beautiful” means ensuring that from “sea to shining sea,” we do the things that are necessary to make America’s greatness accessible and affordable to all our communities ...

The Rotting of America

America is a nation in decline that is drowning in violence, hate, poverty, selfishness, and indifference. ...

Racist ‘Replacement’ Rhetoric is Deadly and Republicans Must Stop Using It

This is playing with fire. And if it continues, we will all get burned, again and again. ...


VP Harris tells Buffalo mourners: 'We will come together'

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Mourners laid to rest the last of 10 Black people killed in a racist attack at a Buffalo supermarket with a service on Saturday that became a call to action and an emotional plea to end the hate and violence that has wracked the nation. The funeral for...

UN human rights chief asks China to rethink Uyghur policies

BEIJING (AP) — The top U.N. human rights official said Saturday that she raised concerns with Chinese officials about the impact of the broad application of counterterrorism and deradicalization measures on the rights of Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim groups in China's Xinjiang region. ...

In Georgia, 2 Black candidates to compete for Senate seat

COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) — Wayne Black was one of the few African Americans in the crowd as about 100 people gathered recently at the Republican Party headquarters near Columbus, Georgia, to hear from U.S. Senate candidate and football legend Herschel Walker. A member of the Muscogee...


K-pop sensation BTS to launch new show on Apple Music 1

LOS ANGELES (AP) — BTS will reveal their gradual journey to becoming K-pop superstars through a new Apple Music weekly limited series. The streaming service announced Thursday that BTS will launch their new show “BTS Radio: Past & Present” on Apple Music 1. The three-episode...

At long last, Depp jurors hear closings, begin deliberations

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) — After a six-week trial in which Johnny Depp and Amber Heard tore into each other over the nasty details of their short marriage, both sides told a jury the exact same thing Friday — they want their lives back. Heard “ruined his life by falsely telling...

Home that inspired 'The Conjuring' sells for more than jumi.5M

BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (AP) — The Rhode Island farmhouse that inspired the 2013 horror movie “The Conjuring” has been sold to a Boston developer who plans to keep it open to the public. The 18th century home in Burrillville sold for jumi.525 million on Thursday, far higher than the...


Judge gives initial OK to jumiB deal in Florida condo collapse

A Florida judge on Saturday gave initial approval to a settlement of more than jumi billion to families who lost...

Weather's unwanted guest: Nasty La Nina keeps popping up

Something weird is up with La Nina, the natural but potent weather event linked to more drought and wildfires in...

Indy 500 waves green flag on sustainability with lofty goals

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Parked a few feet from the iconic pagoda at Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a reimagined...

Tunisian court bans travel for Islamist party chief, others

TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — A court in Tunisia has issued a travel ban on 34 people, including the head of the...

Fleeing the Russians: Evacuations are slow, arduous, fraught

BAKHMUT, Ukraine (AP) — To a threatening soundtrack of air raid sirens and booming artillery, civilians are...

First tropical storm forms off Mexico's Pacific coast

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Agatha, the first tropical storm of the 2022 hurricane season in the Pacific, formed Saturday...

Felicia Collier
By The Skanner News | The Skanner News

CBRE Group, Inc. has appointed Felicia Collier as the Sr. Real Estate/Facilities Manager at the Wells Fargo Center at 1300 S.W. Fifth Ave. in downtown Portland. She is the first African American to manage the tallest building in the state.

The 44-story center is owned by Wells Fargo and serves as its Oregon Region headquarters. The Class A Office and retail building has 1.2 million square feet of space.

Collier’s facilities management responsibilities include lease administration, operations, client and tenant relations, capital improvements, financial activities and marketing.

Collier was previously a real estate manager for CBRE in El Segundo, Calif., for six years. She managed a portfolio there of more than 1.5 million square feet of office, industrial and retail properties in Santa Clarita, El Segundo, Marina del Rey, San Fernando, Jurupa, Fontana, Ontario, Santa Clarita, Pacific Palisades and Burbank.

Collier joined CBRE as an assistant real estate manager in Marina del Rey in 2006. She previously worked as an assistant real estate manager for Trammell Crow Company and PM Realty in the Los Angeles area for four years.

Collier earned a bachelor of science degree in business management and a masters of business administration degree in finance and leadership and managing organizational change at Pepperdine University in Los Angeles. She also earned a certificate in global enterprise management at Oxford University in England.

For more information on CBRE go to www.cbre.com.

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