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ORACDA Officers 


Annie Kubitschek


President, Karen Bohart
Franklin High School
Portland, Oregon

Karen Bohart is the Director of Choirs at Franklin High School in Portland, Oregon where she has taught since 2018.  She spent 17 years of her career directing choirs at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Oregon.   In 2017 she presented at the OMEA State Conference.  Her session was titled ‘Cultivating a Choral Community in a Sea of Diversity” and reflected her passion for building community within diverse student populations. In 2018, Reynolds High School’s Pro Cantorum Choir was selected to perform at the OMEA State Conference under her direction.  Karen is a clinician and adjudicator for vocal solo and choral music in both Vancouver, Washington and the  Portland, Oregon Metro area.   She holds a Bachelors of Science in Music from the University of Oregon, and Masters in Music Education from the University of Colorado at Boulder.








Past-President, Scott Tuomi
2043 College Way
Forest Grove, OR 97116
Director of Choral Music, Pacific University

Dr. Scott Tuomi is Professor of Music and director of Choral and Vocal Activities at Pacific University in Forest Grove where he also serves as chair of the music department. He has been a featured tenor soloist throughout the United States with various choral groups, orchestras, opera companies and also as a recitalist and recording artist. Now entering his thirty first year at Pacific, Scott has conducted the Pacific University Chamber Singers in concert tours both nationally and internationally. He is also an established vocal teacher and frequently serves as a clinician, educator and adjudicator for both choral and solo vocal music throughout the Pacific Northwest.






Treasurer, Anne Kubitscheck
Wilsonville High School

Wilsonville, Oregon


President-Elect - Danielle Warner
George Fox University
Newberg, Oregon

Danielle Warner is the Director of Choral Activities at George Fox University. Before moving back to Oregon, she spent several years teaching music in the Midwest, most recently at Wayne State College in Nebraska.Previously, Danielle taught middle and high school choir in Washington state and was adjunct professor of music at Whitman College.Danielle holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance, a Master of Music from Western Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Whitman College. 

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