So nice to meet you.
There’s a reason we’ve been around for 20+ years, and that reason is partnerships. We pride ourselves on being the
concierge for Lloyd, and we truly appreciate the people who make the neighborhood thrive.
WHAT IS GO LLOYD?
Go Lloyd was founded in 1994 as the Lloyd District Transportation Management Association (TMA). TMAs are public/private partnerships formed so that employers, developers, building owners, and government entities can work collectively to establish policies, programs, and services to address local transportation issues and foster economic development. TMAs are established within a limited geographic area to address the specific needs of their members.
In 2014, the Lloyd District TMA changed its name to Go Lloyd to reflect an expanded focus on the economic development aspect of its mission.
Go Lloyd is a private 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization.
Go Lloyd connects people and places by creating partnerships and transportation solutions to make Lloyd extraordinary.
GO LLOYD BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2017
J.R. Burwell (Chair) – CB Richard Ellis
Wade Lange (Vice Chair) – American Assets Trust
Guy Kyle (Treasurer) – Bonneville Power Administration
Chris Armes – Portland Bureau of Transportation
Dan Bower – Portland Streetcar
Amy Nagy – Portland Development Commission
Mark Brennan – Inn at Convention Center
Nathan Corser – Irvington Community Association/CH2M
Jonathan Cross – J Cafe
Scott Cruickshank – Oregon Convention Center
Steve Day – PacifiCorp
Robert Dye – Lloyd Center Management
Sarah Heinicke – Lloyd EcoDistrict
Alan Huston – DoubleTree by Hilton, Portland
Kelsey McAlpine – Leftbank Project
Mick O'Connell – Schlesinger Companies
Young Park – TriMet
John Sullivan – Kaiser Permanente
Ty Wyman – At-Large Member/Dunn Carney
Joanne Bosworth - Hotel Eastlund
Lisa Klein - Colliers International
Brian Griffis - LDCA/Point West CU
700 NE Multnomah Street, Suite 340
Portland, Oregon 97232
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