Say Hey Registration

We are always looking for new professionals of color who have relocated to Oregon or Southwest Washington since November, 2013 to introduce and welcome at Say Hey as an Honoree. If you or someone you know is new to the area, have them fill out this form.

Say Hey!

In 2005, major employers in Oregon & Southwest Washington joined forces as "Partners in Diversity" (PiD) to cooperatively support diversity in the workplace and community. The Say Hey! event series was created to honor new minority professionals relocating to the Oregon and SW Washington area with the goal of helping them connect with the multicultural community.

Say Hey! events are held quarterly. At each Say Hey! PiD recognizes Honorees of color who have recently moved to Oregon and SW Washington. Community leaders, corporate and public sector leaders, community organizations and other individuals attend Say Hey! to help make honorees feel welcome and more connected to their new community. Everyone is welcome to attend Say Hey! This multicultural event provides a great opportunity to enjoy an evening of meeting new friends and learning about what makes our community a great place to live and work.
Partners in Diversity is accepting Say Hey! host requests. Is your company interested in hosting or co-hosting a Say Hey? Send Mari Watanabe an e-mail and let's begin the discussion. Remember, there are only four Say Hey!'s per year, so get your request in early!

Say Hey! sponsored by Legacy Health will take place on May 26, 2015

General Registration is CLOSED

Honoree Registration is CLOSED

* First Name:
* Last Name:
* Image: (pdf,gif,jpg,png)
If no current position, area of interest:
Educational Background:
* Moved from (City, State):
* Month and year (MM/YY) you moved to Oregon or SW Washington (MUST be within last 18 months):
* Civic Engagement and Community Involvement (i.e. served on a nonprofit board):
* Personal Interests (i.e. skiing, jazz music, salsa dancing, etc.):
* Email:
* How did you find out about us?
If Other:

"I feel even more empowered to strive forward to find opportunities to represent the Native American community and to make our presence known within the numerous partners in diversity here in Portland." 

-Candice Brings Plenty-Wright, November Honoree