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News Release
Kozlowski joins DOGAMI Governing Board  - 06/05/18

SALEM, Ore. – Linda Kozlowski of Manzanita has been appointed by Governor Kate Brown and confirmed by Oregon Senate to serve a four-year term on the Governing Board of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI). 

Ms. Kozlowski is the director of the Emergency Management Division of Manzanita’s Public Safety Department, and president of the Manzanita City Council. She is a founding member and current president of the Emergency Volunteers Corps of Nehalem Bay, a group of more than 300 volunteers dedicated to helping north Tillamook County residents learn to prepare their families and their communities for natural hazards. She currently serves as the board chairperson of the CARTM community recycling center, as a member of the Tillamook Medical Hospital Governing Board, and as the chairperson of the Tillamook County Solid Waste Advisory Committee. 

Ms. Kozlowski earned a degree in chemistry from the University of Colorado. She is a former managing partner at human resources consulting firm Murphy, Symonds & Stowell. 

The DOGAMI Governing Board sets policy and oversees general operations, and adopts a strategic plan every six years to guide DOGAMI’s mission and objectives. As active members of their communities, board members provide an important connection between Oregonians and DOGAMI’s mission to provide earth science information and regulation to make Oregon safe and prosperous.