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Non-Profit Incubator of Beaverton:

History, Vision, Mission, Values, and Staff

History:

The Nonprofit Incubator of Beaverton (NPIB) was initiated by Mayor Lacey Beaty and a team of local citizens passionate about serving the community. Their vision and successful grant applications provided funding to launch NPIB programming in Fall 2023. The grant funds will also be used to build out a collaborative “Incubator” space in the Beaverton Round Executive Suites on the 3rd floor of the Beaverton Building / City Hall. The Nonprofit Incubator is a program of the Oregon Startup Center. Their combined programming provides mentorship and ongoing support for businesses and nonprofits in Beaverton and surrounding communities.

Vision:

A vibrant and diverse network of nonprofit organizations working collaboratively to enhance quality of life and ensure equitable access to programs and services.

Mission:

NPIB’s mission is to help build the capacity and community impact of nonprofit organizations delivering services in Beaverton and Washington County.

We do this through educational programming, consultation, and on-site services with a strong focus on creating opportunities for historically underserved and marginalized communities.

Our ValuesRespect, Inclusion, Collaboration, Empowerment

Respect – We will honor and embrace the perspectives, wishes, rights, and traditions of all individuals and groups we encounter.

Inclusion – We will provide equitable access to all our programs and services, with intentional efforts to engage historically underserved and marginalized members of our community.

Collaboration – We understand that our work will be most impactful and supported when we work in collaboration to achieve common goals.

Empowerment – We strive to support, encourage, and enable others to make THEIR dreams and aspirations reality.

Staff:

Robert L. “Rob” Routhieaux, PhD

Director of Nonprofit Services

Rob Routhieaux has worked with nonprofit organizations since his days in college volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters. For eight years he taught courses for Duke University’s Nonprofit Management Certification Program, including workshops throughout Western North Carolina and at regional meetings for Habitat for Humanity. He has taught a wide variety of college courses on nonprofit topics, ranging from an undergraduate class on Nonprofit Governance, Finance and Law to a graduate level class on Foundations of Nonprofit Leadership. He has served on numerous Boards of Directors, including LEAF Global Arts, Motherland International Relations, Ten Thousand Villages Minnesota, Teatro del Publo, and the Cultural Coalition of Washington County. He has provided support and mentoring for an extremely diverse range of organizations. He is honored to serve as the initial Director of Nonprofit Services for the Nonprofit Incubator of Beaverton.