David Hosenpud is an attorney and partner at Lane Powell PC of Portland, focusing on commercial and employment law. After a 23-year hiatus from fencing, David joined OFA in 2000 and has been an active, competitive fencer ever since. He is a past president of the OFA board and has served on the board since 2004.
Rick Attig is an essayist, fiction writer and former journalist who spent thirty years at Oregon newspapers, including The Oregonian, where he shared two Pulitzer Prizes. His son is a nationally ranked cadet fencer. Rick has served on the OFA board since 2017.
Alfred Lara’s passion for fencing has continued over more than 46 years, which has afforded him many high-level competitive opportunities and experiences. A former sales and marketing executive for various Fortune 500 companies, he has successfully translated his strategic thinking between the boardroom and fencing salle. He has served on the OFA board since 2017.
Phil Reilly was formerly the president of CMD, one of the largest advertising agencies in the Northwest. An active fencer for over 50 years, Phil has successfully competed at all levels: high school, college, nationally, internationally, and veterans. He was a member of the U.S. Olympic fencing team in 1980 and 1984, and 1st alternate in 1976. He has served on the OFA board since 1994.
Kim Klein-Braddock is a sports performance psychologist and world-class veteran fencer. In her private practice, she has worked with athletes of all ages and skill levels, including Olympic, NBA, LPGA and college athletes. Kim recently made her first USA National team and represented the United States at the 2018 Veteran World Championships. She has served on the OFA Board for more than 12 years.
Twink Hinds-Harrison serves as an advisor to private philanthropists by establishing funding criteria in order to meet donors’ expectations. She recruits and vets organizations and makes recommendations for funding. She has a strong background as an advocate for the arts and education. Her daughter is a nationally ranked cadet fencer. Twink has served on the OFA board since 2017.
Richa Anand is a global account manager at TE Connectivity in Wilsonville, which supplies medical equipment to manufacturers and suppliers around the world. Richa has a master’s and a Ph.D. in chemistry. She is the mother of two fencing sons, ages 9 and 14. She was elected to the OFA Board in November 2018.
Sean Kim is a sophomore at Jesuit High School in Beaverton and a nationally ranked cadet fencer. He has served as an athlete representative on the OFA board since January 2018.
Neve Harrison is a junior at Lincoln High School in Portland and one of the nation’s top 10 cadet fencers. She has served as an athlete representative on the OFA board since January 2018.