Who We Are
“With the help of our donors and supporters, we’re changing the way we look at and fund educational opportunities for Beaverton High School students. The Beaverton High community is strong, and alumni, parents and businesses alike have stepped up to help the school grow and thrive, ensuring students have every possible chance to succeed."– Doug Johanson, president of Beaverton High School Success Fund Board of Directors.
BHSSF Board of Directors
Doug is the CEO of Vista Capital Partners, an investment advisory firm based in Portland. He graduated from Beaverton High in 1986, and has two boys currently attending BHS.
Joth is the President and CEO of Stumptown Coffee Roasters in Portland. He has a passion for the advancement of public education and has a son and daughter who are currently attending BHS.
Michelle Bottaro is the owner of a Flair for Gifts and Home, a retail boutique in Beaverton. She has three children, one who graduated from BHS in 2014, one who is a current junior at BHS and one who will attend BHS in 2016.
With a 20+ year career at Intel, Lane is a 1979 Beaverton High School graduate. He has two sons, one who recently graduated from BHS and another who is currently attending.
Megan is a licensed realtor with the Crandall Group, a new construction and land development firm in Portland. She is a 1986 Beaverton High graduate and has three children: a recent BHS graduate, one currently attending and a future incoming Beaver.
Jon is a Marketing Manager at Intel. He graduated from Beaverton High School in 1984 and has a daughter (class of 2018) and a son (class of 2021) attending BHS.
Darcie is an independent PR consultant specializing in nonprofit communications. She graduated from Beaverton High in 1986 and has more than 25 years of experience in the marketing and communications field.
Anne S. Erwin
Principal, Beaverton High School
Anne Erwin is the very proud principal of Beaverton High School. Working with the dedicated, inspiring, and talented staff, students, and families who make up the BHS community is her passion. Previously, she was a social studies teacher and administrator for 25 years in Hillsboro and Eugene before coming to BHS in 2012. She and her husband live in Beaverton and have three grown children and one grandson.