OADP Board of Directors

Mark Baker
Mark is a principal with Hoots, Baker and Wiley, Certified Public Accountants. He is the OADP Board Treasurer. Mark also serves on several other non-profit boards in Salem-Keizer area.

Destinie Davis
Destinie lives in Portland, Oregon and works with a nonprofit community-based healthcare center as a mental health counselor with a specialized focus on children and families.

William Davis
Bill is a resident of Salem and campaigned for the passage of Senate Bill 1013 to change Oregon’s death penalty law.

Jacob Grier
Jacob is a published author who has written on a variety of topics from tobacco to public policy. His articles have been published in Slate, Reason, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Te Lohs Angeles Times and other publications. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Tom O'Connor
Tom spent over 10 years with the Oregon Department of Corrections, first as Director of Religious Services and then in the Research Department. He currently teaches in the Criminal Justice Department of Western Oregon University and owns the consulting firm of Transforming Corrections.

Terrie Rodello
For twenty years, Terrie has been a member/leader with Amnesty International USA (AIUSA). An Information Technology professional, she is currently an active member of Group 48, and serves as the AIUSA Oregon Death Penalty Abolition Coordinator.

Bruce Stock
A graduate of Springfield College and its Humanics Philosophy that calls for education of the whole person - in spirit, mind, and body - for leadership in service to others and a Conscientious Objector, Bruce serves on the board of the Oregon Fellowship of Reconciliation, and is an Alternatives to Violence Project workshop facilitator.

Taylor Stewart
Taylor is the executive director of the Oregon Remembrance Project (ORP). ORP helps communities engage in truth and reconciliation projects around repairing historical injustice, especially Oregon's the lynching of Alonzo Tucker, Oregon's only documented African American who was lynched in Coos Bay, OR in 1902. His goal is to use the memory of Alonzo Tucker to end to the heir to lynching's legacy in Oregon, the death penalty.

Frank Thompson
A thirty-five year veteran of the military, law enforcement and corrections, Frank came to Oregon in 1994 as Superintendent of the Oregon State Penitentiary. He had the unenviable task of supervising the only two Oregon executions in the past 50 years.


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