Al Jubitz – President Jubitz Family Foundation: A native Oregonian, Al graduated from Beaverton High School in 1962, Yale University (BS) in 1966, and the University of Oregon School of Business (MBA) in 1968. Al and his wife Nancy have been married 45 years. They have three grown daughters and four grandchildren.
Al retired from the family business (Jubitz Corporation) after a career spanning 34 years. He is Past President and remains active in the Rotary Club of Portland and currently serves on the Board of the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette. Al is a Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum of Oregon, Class 20.
He also serves on the Leadership Councils of the Portland Children’s Museum, Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and Environment Defense Fund in New York City. He is Director Emeritus of Morrison Child and Family Services and an emeritus trustee of Outward Bound Wilderness School.
Al is President and Founder of the Jubitz Family Foundation and has served as a director of two private start-up companies. His interests are in the areas of peace building, environmental stewardship, early childhood education, and building bridges out of poverty. He enjoys hiking, playing squash, and golf.