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Reappoint Julia Delgado to the Portland Housing Advisory Commission for a term to expire March 18, 2024


As Mayor and Commissioner of Finance & Administration, I request Council confirmation of the following reappointment to the Portland Housing Advisory Commission:


Julia Delgado                                                           3/18/2022 – 3/18/2024

Respectfully submitted,

Ted Wheeler


Appointee bio

Julia Maria Delgado has been working in the field of human services and community health for fifteen years. Her educational background and professional career has been focused on health equity, policy, and the dynamics of social change. She is currently the Vice President for Urban League of Portland and has served in this role since 2018, where she oversees a wide array of programming related to health navigation, supportive housing, and early childhood health with an emphasis on eliminating heath disparities for African Americans in Oregon. Julia is also an Adjunct Professor at Portland State University where she teaches two Capstone courses, Women’s Homelessness and Racial Equity in Oregon. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Portland Fruit Tree Project and as a Coordinating Board Member of A Home for Everyone. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Health Policy in 2007 and began working for nonprofit organizations focused on the intersections of health and social justice. Julia obtained her Master’s in Public Health and Masters in Social Work from Portland State University. A native of New York, she now lives in Portland, Oregon where she enjoys cooking, gardening, and spending time with her three children.

Appointee statement of interest

My career is especially focused on racial equity. I have spent the last 15 years working on the intersection of racial equity and housing. From working on the racial equity strategy guide the City of Portland adopted to oversight of supportive housing for eight years, my work has been community focused. I continually work to explore opposing viewpoints and accept new information to refine my perspective. Throughout my time of service on PHAC, I have brought my perspective on practices, policies, and investments in housing to be focused on justice and restoration of decades of racial exclusion and harm. I appreciate being afforded the opportunity to ensure community investments and resources support affordable housing, housing stability, and inclusive development. I am excited to continue to participate on PHAC to have an impact on the housing crisis that most greatly impacts BIPOC in the city and to improve quality of life in the city I love.

Impact Statement

Budget Office Financial Impact Analysis

This reappointment has no fiscal impact.

Document History

Item 240 Consent Agenda in April 6, 2022 Council Agenda

City Council


  • Commissioner Dan Ryan Yea
  • Former Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Yea
  • Commissioner Mingus Mapps Yea
  • Commissioner Carmen Rubio Yea
  • Mayor Ted Wheeler Yea


Jessica Conner (PHAC)

Lead Staff for PHAC

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