Misty Roberts

Chamber Treasurer

mistyroberts@UmpquaBank.com


Misty’s career in banking started at Clatskanie’s US Bank branch. She moved on to Umpqua Bank 3 years ago, where she works alongside the Chamber’s President, Monica. Having been Treasurer for 2 years, Misty’s call to service didn’t start with the Chamber. She volunteers every holiday season for the Salvation Army as a bellringer and spends her free time meeting the service needs of Turning Point.



Melanie Veach

Vice President

gm@clatskanieriverinn.cc


Not pictured. Awaiting bio.



Current chamber board

Lora Hawkinson

Board Director

lora.hawkinson@mannmortgage.com


Lora is a business owner and Branch Manager of Mann Mortgage. She’s been able to serve others with the help of loved ones, so is always proud to give back through volunteer work as a Chamber Board Member and Heritage Days Committee member. Lora is especially proud to have lived in Clatskanie since 2004 with her husband and two daughters, raising her family here, and offering her family the experience of small-town living.



Sherri Lumijarvi

Board Director

clatskanieflowersnfluff@gmail.com


Not pictured. Awaiting bio.



2021 Chamber Meeting Dates

The Clatskanie Chamber of Commerce consists of community leaders in business, industry, government, and non-profits who regularly gather to promote the town of Clatskanie.


Clatskanie Chamber meetings occur on the first Thursday of each month at 12pm PST. General Chamber Meetings are scheduled inside the Colvins Banquet Room, and are currently scheduled for in-person sessions as of August, 2021. The Chamber's Board will continue to monitor COVID-19 and decide whether to continue in-person meetings or revert to Zoom meetings like what were required during the peak of the pandemic. Check back often for updates.

Monica Seidl, Chamber President


Branch Manager

Umpqua Bank

monicaseidl@umpquabank.com


Monica is a Clatskanie native with 20 years of financial industry experience. In addition to her career in banking, Monica finds fulfillment in community service. She serves on both the Clatskanie Chamber and Clatskanie Kiwanis Boards, having been elected to each in 2006. Monica also volunteers her time in the service of others throughout South and Central America, where she travels for international missions trips. When Monica isn’t working or volunteering, she’s proud of her roles as a wife and mother.


about us

Aug. 5th, 2021 @ 12pm at Colvins Banquet Room

Sept. 2nd, 2021 @ 12pm at Colvins Banquet Room

Oct. 7th, 2021 @ 12pm PST at Colvins Banquet Room

Nov. 4th, 2021 @ 12pm at Colvins Banquet Room

Dec. 2nd, 2021 @ 12pm PST at Colvins Banquet Room

Debi Smiley

Board Director

debi.smiley@waunafcu.org


Debi has 40 years of financial and business development experience. Her tenured career allowed a deep understanding in the importance of serving others. Debi prioritizes her volunteer efforts while working as Wauna Credit Union’s Chief Operations Officer. She is proud to have served in a number of volunteer and civic capacities since 1990.



Sarah Johnson

Chamber Secretary

sjohnson@clatskaniepud.com


Sarah is a Columbia County native and has served on the Chamber's Board for 7 years. Community commitment goes beyond her career at the Clatskanie PUD and into many nonprofits, like Keep It Local Columbia County. Her passions include aiding nonprofits with design and project planning for fundraisers and events.



Danielle Cook

Board Director

dcook@cityofclatskanie.com> 


​Danielle works for the City and loves her hometown. Her passions lie in getting the word out about small businesses and she learned through her volunteer work with business owners that she can make greater impact by serving on the Chamber's Board. She's kept busy with family excursions throughout Oregon's great outdoors as a single mother of two sons.



Natasha Parvey

Board Director

natashaparvey@gmail.com


Natasha connects citizens and business owners to the NEXT Renewables Fuels project as Community Coordinator. She understands the importance of living-wage jobs and believes in shopping local thanks to her rural upbringing. Using her 15 years in economic development and marketing to serve others, Natasha volunteers for various Chambers, including Rainier's Chamber of Commerce, in which she is President.