Since 1912, 34 individuals have served as commissioners at the Port of Vancouver USA. Each made contributions that have collectively molded and shaped the port’s role in our community today.
Over the last 100 years, citizens of Clark County have selected port commissioners with a strong commitment to making decisions in the vested interest of the people they represent. The port district is divided into three commission districts, each with an elected official.
Today, Port of Vancouver Commissioners Jerry Oliver, Brian Wolfe and Eric LaBrant represent the citizens of Clark County.
They are each elected to six-year terms and are responsible for setting policy for the port as a public agency. Commissioners work part-time and can be reached at their home phone number by calling our front desk at 360.693.3611 for contact information.
Todd Coleman, as port chief executive officer, manages a staff of more than 100 people involved in day-to-day port operations. Coleman reports directly to the port’s three commissioners.