Dan Vizzini

Treasurer & Carollo Engineers

Dan Vizzini (Treasurer) is actively involved in a diverse collection of career and personal endeavors.  He is a principal consultant in the Integrated Water Resources Practice at Carollo Engineers, specializing in integrated water resource management, public finance and policy, utility governance, strategic planning, and stakeholder engagement. He provides occasional analysis and consulting services for Thetus Corporation, a Portland-based developer of analysis and modeling software and services.  He consults with the Center for Evidence-based Policy at the Oregon Health and Sciences University on the use of social impact financing to deliver comprehensive services and support to Oregon high-risk children and families. He is a senior fellow at the Portland State University Center for Public Service, where he co-produces an annual training program in civic engagement for Japanese municipal government officers. He is a board member and treasurer Dan is a board member and treasurer of the Willamette Partnership, a diverse coalition of conservation, city, business, farm, and science leaders dedicated to increasing the pace, scope and effectiveness of conservation in watersheds throughout the U.S. He is a consulting analyst with the Bullitt Foundation, working on strategies to accelerate the design and construction of high-performance living buildings. He is a member of the Global Protocols Advisory Committee for Ecodisticts.org, a Portland–based enterprise dedicated to building urban resiliency and adaptability at neighborhood and district scales.

From 1985 through 2011, Dan worked for the City of Portland as a public finance specialist, policy and legislative analyst, customer service supervisor and assessments manager in the City Auditor’s Office and Bureau of Environmental Services. From 1998 to 2008, he served as a commissioner and frequent chairman of the Lake Oswego Planning Commission. In 2002, the Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association recognized Dan for Distinguished Leadership by a Community Planner. In 2010, the Lake Oswego City Council unanimously appointed Dan to fill a five-month vacancy on the Council.

Dan was born and raised in Ewing Township, New Jersey, in the Delaware River Valley.  He attended Boston University, on the banks of the Charles River, where he graduated with a BA in economics and a minor in public finance.  Hee resides in Lake Oswego, near the source of Nettle Creek, a tributary of Tryon Creek in the Willamette River Watershed.