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State and Federal Policy Director

Oregon Primary Care Association
110 SW Yamhill Street Suite 300
Portland, Oregon 97204
United States

Company Description: OPCA provides technical assistance (TA) and training for all Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and Look-A-Likes in the state of Oregon through our primary...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
  • Councilor


  • Master of International Public Policy
    Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
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Oregon Primary Care Association - Staff, 31 May 2014 [cached]
John Hummel, JD, MPP State & Federal Policy Director 503-228-8852 ext 238
The Community Health Advocates of Oregon, 22 Feb 2014 [cached]
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Hummel moves on; council seeks ..., 8 Mar 2007 [cached]
Hummel moves on; council seeks successorOther issues: Downtown district, 27th Street trucks
Those interested in taking departing Bend councilor John Hummel's seat will have until March 21 to submit application.
Mar 1, 2007Bend City Councilor Hummel resigning Bend City Councilor John Hummel announces he's resigning and going back to school, to help developing Third World countries.
It was a night for hugs, a funny "un-proclamation" and warm wishes at Bend City Hall, as Councilor John Hummel took his leave Wednesday evening, less than a week after announcing his surprise resignation.Colleagues then set in motion the process of seeking interested citizens, interviewing some of them and picking someone to fill Hummel's seat for the next couple of years.
Hummel at first moved to accept his own resignation - a motion that died for a lack of second.
Councilor Jim Clinton got to read the proclamation, with one "whereas" after another, including one that ribbed Hummel for not being fond of proclamations in the first place.
When it came time to vote on the thing, everyone abstained - but Hummel, who voted no.It was his last lone "no" vote, but far from his first.
Colleague Linda Johnson confessed to "absolute pure jealousy" when she heard Hummel would be going back to school, with the goal of helping African countries gain the investments needed to develop.And colleague Chris Telfer called Hummel an "incredible example" of the lesson he shared: "Fight for what you believe in."
Councilor and former Mayor Bill Friedman actually seemed a bit choked up: "This is tough," he finally said with a laugh, adding that he'd done some research and found eight times he and Hummel had voted on the same side - and each time, on the losing side of whatever the rest of the council had decided to do.
Friedman, who has a background in public transit, recalled four to five years of "intense discussions - that's council speak for arguments" - with Hummel over the wisdom of adding fixed-route transit in Bend.
"I'm gonna miss ya," Friedman told Hummel.
For his part, Hummel said, "The hardest decision about leaving Bend was leaving the council."And he had praise for the city and its involvement in its governance: "We are unique in this country with the level of involvement from the community - and the media - in the daily governance of this city. ... In this town, people care about what happens."
"Debate is good," he told not just his colleagues and the thin City Hall crowd, but those watching from home on TV.
John Hummel addresses ..., 22 May 2014 [cached]
John Hummel addresses his supporters during a campaign celebration party at Summit Saloon following the preliminary results for Deschutes County District Attorney on Tuesday.
John Hummel addresses his supporters during a campaign party Tuesday at Summit Saloon after seeing encouraging results for his run for DA. "It's nice to see that hard work pay off," he said.
John Hummel 14,923 votes 60.1% Initial election results
John Hummel, an attorney who once served on the Bend City Council, won handily in Tuesday's election.
Hummel said he would focus less on prosecution and more on collaboration with outside agencies, managing the office and establishing programs to prevent crime. It looks as if he will get his chance.
"My first thought is that I am happy for all the volunteers. We had more than 100 volunteers helping with this campaign," Hummel said Tuesday from his victory party at the Summit Saloon. "I'm happy for them, and I'm, of course, happy for myself. It's a culmination of a year of hard work, and it's nice to see that hard work pay off."
Hummel, 44, spent 12 years as a defense attorney in Central Oregon and the Portland area. He moved to Bend in 1996 and in 2000 was elected to the City Council. He served there until 2006 when he abruptly resigned and announced he'd leave the area to work in Liberia for The Carter Center. He returned to Central Oregon in 2012 and announced his candidacy for DA in September 2013.
For the last two years, Hummel has worked as the state and federal policy director at Oregon Primary Care Association. He said he's taken today off but will return to working full-time there now that the campaign is over. Hummel has no plans yet on how to transition into the DA's office, he said. "Patrick is the district attorney until January, so he will make any decisions about that, not me," Hummel said.
"I know that many people were misled by the false advertising that Hummel saturated the airwaves with from all the money he raised outside our community," Flaherty said.
Rule of Law « Carter Center Blog - Latest Carter Center Peace, Health Blog Posts [cached]
The story also features the Carter Center's John Hummel, who explains the country's need for both a modern legal system and tribal justice system, and ...
The National Traditional Council of Liberia (NTC) recently honored Carter Center efforts in the country at a farewell ceremony for the Center's outgoing country representative, John Hummel. Hummel was gowned in traditional clothing as a show of appreciation to him and The Carter Center for "its good will to the Liberian people," describing him as "a son whom they will ...
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