Quota In Central Oregon

History

Mission: Quota In Central Oregon is a non-profit organization supporting and empowering the deaf and those with hearing and communication impairments in our community. 


Purpose: The objective of Quota In Central Oregon shall be to seek individuals committed to sharing their time, talent and resources to meet our service goals. 



                       Founder Wanda Frey Joiner was inspired after                   attending Kiwanis “ladies' night” party.


                         In 1919, one year before women in the United States                           won the right to vote, she and five business women                             inspired to serve, founded Quota International as the                           first international women’s service organization. 


Quota took hold in Central Oregon in 1977 and has been sustained solely by volunteers and generous donor ever since then.  International has since dissolved however we remain linked to Quota USA and we continue to focus on serving Central Oregonians. 

We are always welcoming new members. Quota provides a great opportunity to enjoy time with new friends while serving the community.  

Our Board

  • President: Stephanie Utzman
  • VP/D&G:  Fran McCormick
  • Secretary: Renata Beck
  • Treasurer: Gwen Hogue
  • Service Director: Barb Schultz
  • Past Pres.: Nancy Blankenship

Committee Chairs

  • Membership: Stephanie
  • Service: Charlene
  • Social: Gwen
  • Marketing: Margi 

Membership

Please contact us to attend as a guest or presenter.  We'd love to have you!


When:

     1st Tuesdays - Business Meeting

     3rd Tuesdays - Program Meeting* 

Time:

     Noon to 1:00pm

Location: 

     Currently Hosting Virtual Meetings           via Zoom - Contact Us for a Link



*The Program Meetings highlight presentations from the community.  This is an ideal settiing to meet & mingle with Quota members.

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