Tillicum Foundation Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is the governing body of Coast Community Radio and is responsible for fundraising, strategic planning, policy making and fiscal oversight.

Board Meetings

The Board meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 5:30pm. Meetings usually last about two hours. Time, date and locations of meetings are announced on the airr seven days before a meeting occurs.
Meetings are open to the public except during executive sessions. To see the latest approved minutes from a board meeting, and to see information regarding closed meetings/sessions, please click on Meeting Minutes.

Board Directors

Jack Harris, President

(term expires 11/19)
Jack Harris grew up in Sandy, Oregon and has lived in Astoria and been a KMUN programmer since the late 90’s. Jack has served on the Board for the last 6 or so years and spends lots of time at the Fort George Brewery.


Jennifer Crockett, Vice President
(term expires 11/19)
Jennifer Crockett currently plays clarinet and bass clarinet with Portland Chamber Music, Walla Walla Symphony, and the Yakima Symphony Orchestra.  Jennifer also teaches clarinet locally through Friday Musical Club. A graduate of DePaul’s School of Music under a Performance Award Scholarship, Jennifer enjoys an active recording career with bands such as Horse Feathers, The Hackles, Other Lives, and Alameda. Jennifer was a founding member of the AFM Local 99 Portland’s Fair Trade Music campaign, which successfully advocated fair pay for musicians in Portland clubs and became a template for musicians’ unions across the US. Currently the Executive Director of The Liberty Theatre, Jennifer listens to KMUN every day and can’t imagine Astoria without it.


Lisa Smith, Secretary
(term expires 11/20)

Lisa C. Smith, Board secretary and former executive director of the Tillicum Foundation, is a consultant in higher education and government relations, most recently employed by New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD). Lisa served as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives at NYUAD, where she played a central role in the planning, coordination, and facilitation of strategic institutional initiatives for the University, which opened in Fall 2010 in the United Arab Emirates. A former senior producer for KCTS/Public Television in Seattle, Lisa received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oregon and Master’s in Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Lisa and her husband are co-sponsors, with the University of Pennsylvania, of the annual Clearman Cottage Writer’s Residency, which supports the work and creative process of young writers. She currently serves on the Board of Astoria Visual Arts.


John Stevenson, Treasurer
(term expires 11/19)
John has been appointed by the Board to fulfill a vacated spot. John has been a programmer at the station since 2007. He brings a vast amount of business experience to the Tillicum Foundation.






Josh Marquis
(term expires 11/20)
Josh was District Attorney for Clatsop County from 1994 until his retirement in December of 2018. Josh has been a volunteer jazz programmer at KMUN since 1995 and joined the Tillicum Board in 2018. Josh spent over 35 years as a prosecutor, but before that worked as a news reporter in both public and commercial radio in Eugene.



David Campiche (term expires 11/19)


Tom Duncan (term expires 11/19)


Victoria Stoppeillo (term expires 11/20)


Sarah Lu Heath (term expires 11/20)



Contact the Tillicum Foundation Board of Directors all at once
by using board@coastradio.org

Board Elections

Coast Community Radio’s Tillicum Foundation Board of Directors wants you! If you have experience serving on Boards or are a motivated, community-minded and interested in serving on a Board for the first time, please send your letter of interest to board@coastradio.org by September 15. Elections take place at the annual member meeting and breakfast, set for Nov 2nd, 2019. Directors are elected at the November Annual Membership Meeting and serve two-year terms beginning immediately after the meeting. Officers are elected at the board meeting just after the Annual Meeting and serve in their position for one year. You can reach the entire Board by emailing: board@coastradio.org