Meet the Team
Simply put, Robert is a problem solver. He always puts the client’s needs first and is constantly coming up with cost-effective technology solutions to allow businesses to make the right decisions. He is an expert in Information Technology and has a vast knowledge of computer networking.
Robert is also a former president of the Eugene Active 20-30 Club #920. Some of the projects he led were Project X, Christmas Tree Pick Up, and Relief Nursery Main Event to name a few.
Sacha earned her Bachelor of Science in Journalism/Public Relations at the University of Oregon. She is an avid reader and writer, and while she manages our office, Sacha wears many hats for Ruby Porter and she is what we call our “utility player”.
Chris is a jack of all trades at Ruby Porter Marketing & Design. Using his bachelor’s degree in Political Science, he has worked as a writer, a salesman, a designer, and client care specialist. With so many hats it was hard to lock down an all-encompassing position title, until his recent promotion to Chief Strategy Officer. Above all else, Chris is focused on keeping clients happy while bringing in new and exciting projects to the business.
Chris is also a world traveler, having been to 26 different countries, volunteers in and around the community through his work with and as Past President of the Active 20-30 Club of Eugene, and an avid dog lover, outdoor enthusiast, and Veteran of the Air Force.
A former adjunct English professor with more than a dozen years of experience in the industry, Clyde is an elusive kind of nerd: the kind that finds joy at the intersection of technology and people.
When not solving problems, he enjoys photography, writing, biking, and backpacking. He’s been north of the Arctic Circle and fixed an iPhone in New Zealand with a hairdryer.
Megan came all the way to Oregon from North Carolina after graduating from UNC Asheville in 2014 with a degree in Interactive Media Design. She loves solving design problems and making cool stuff in the digital world, but loves making things with her hands too, like stained glass, paper crafts, quilting and other crafts. She and her husband like to fish, boat, camp, ski, explore, etc. Oregon with their dog, Arlo.
Grace graduated from Carleton College with a degree in Computer Science, and minors in both French and Spanish. She then went on to join the Peace Corps and work in Vanuatu for 3 years, doing IT support for a remote branch of the government, and working with them to develop a couple of Android applications.
Outside of work, Grace keeps busy by playing ultimate frisbee, camping, reading, being above-average at pub trivia, and traveling.