Councilmember Anne McEnerny-Ogle

Councilmember Anne McEnerny-Ogle

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Council Seat 3
Current term: 2014 through 2017

Anne McEnerny-Ogle was elected to Council in November 2013 and took her oath of office January 1, 2014. Anne is also Vancouver's Mayor Pro Tem, fulfilling the duties of the Mayor, as needed, in the Mayor's absence.

She received a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Southern Oregon State College in 1974 and a Master's Degree in Education from Lewis and Clark College in 1976. Anne retired after teaching 30 years in Lake Oswego Public Schools and serving as the chair of the mathematics department. During this time, she was a consultant to numerous school districts in Washington and Oregon, presented her work at state and national mathematics conferences, and served as editor and author for Oregon's State Math journal. She was a college and university lecturer and continues to supervise student teachers.

Current Assignments

  • Mayor Pro Tem
  • C-Tran Board of Directors
  • Southwest Regional Transportation Council
  • Police Pension Board
  • Metro Policy Advisory Committee (MPAC) (alternate representative)
  • Bi-State Transportation Coordination Committee (alternate representative)
  • Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation (alternate representative)
  • Clark County Community Action Advisory Board (alternate representative)
  • Columbia River Economic Development Council (alternate representative)


Community Involvement

  • Leadership Clark County graduate
  • Shumway Neighborhood Association
  • Vancouver Neighborhood Alliance
  • Vancouver Planning Commission
  • Clark County League of Women Voters
  • Fort Vancouver Boy Scouts of America
  • Community Military Appreciation Committee (CMAC)
  • Daybreak Youth Services
  • Neighbors on Watch (NOW)
  • Uptown Village Association
  • Clark County Historical Society
  • Vancouver Downtown Rotary
  • Fire Corps