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ANGELA SOUTHWICK

Angela obtained a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University in 2005 focusing on Community Development. In addition to being a strong advocate for citizen involvement, where the community has an opportunity to influence public decisions, she believes in going a step further to support the development of community-based solutions. After spending 10 years of working for Portland’s well-respected neighborhood system, Angela is especially interested in helping vulnerable populations. She also has an Associate’s Degree in Accounting, long-term experience in non-profit bookkeeping and grant management, and extensive knowledge of IRS rules and regulations related to 501(c)3 organizations. Angela serves as PHLUSH Treasurer and expert advisor to the Finance Committee.


Happy Menstrual Hygiene Day!

Today is Menstrual Hygiene Day, and PHLUSH realizes that menstrual hygiene management (MHM) and health can be improved with adequate access to restrooms. We are beginning to dive into the intersection of restroom advocacy and MHM -- learn more by hearing our board President, Genevieve Schutzius, speak on the intersection…

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Is the Queen City ready to PHLUSH?

No matter one's position in life, the title of that old children's book applies: "Everyone Poops." From a manual laborer all the way to royalty, nature's call is one we all must answer - sometimes more urgently than others! That's why even The Queen City must admit that she's ready…

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PHLUSH is looking for volunteers!

Are you passionate about public sanitation, toilet access, and emergency preparedness? PHLUSH (Public Hygiene Lets Us Stay Human) is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us make the world a better place to poop and pee. The need for public restrooms has never been greater due to the pandemic, rising…

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