Acknowledgements -> Jane Jacobsen

Jane Jacobsen, Confluence Project Executive Director

Jane Jacobsen, executive director of the Confluence Project and a member of its board of directors, has worked with or overseen artists, theater groups, museum exhibits and heritage projects for more than 17 years. She was instrumental in bringing nationally recognized speakers to the Marshall Lecture Series in Vancouver, Washington, including Bill Richardson, Madeline Albright and Tom Brokaw. Jacobsen has also codeveloped programs and exhibits to celebrate the history of the Pacific Northwest through folk art which were viewed by thousands of people for more than 10 years.

In 2001, Washington State Governor Gary Locke appointed Jacobsen to a four-year term as one of 13 commissioners on the Columbia Gorge Commission, which oversees the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act.

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