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INCIGHT Board of Directors



A native to Oregon and resident of Battle Ground, WA. Dan began his support of INCIGHT as Incight’s Executive Director from 2011 to 2016. The organization tripled the number of services it provided to the community and doubled its annual budget during his five-year tenure.


While at Incight he established the most revolutionary corporate culture education and training program ever to be unlocked. Dan is currently a Youth Pastor at Church on The Rock in Battle Ground, WA.


He and his family lead a ministry that teaches people how to live a fulfilled life and maintain healthy relationships. Dan’s greatest passion is human development and culture change. 



Carla Speer serves as CFO for FNI Works Inc., and Mobility Support Solutions. A graduate of the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business accounting program, Carla has spent over 20 years working in accounting and finance in a variety of industries, including e-commerce, construction, manufacturing, and fitness. She has worked closely with executives and owners to help businesses grow, while cost-wise, running more efficiently.

Passionate about professional growth, Carla was recently part of the first graduating class of Columbia’s CFO Executive Education program. Carla’s hobbies include teaching yoga and meditation, reading, spending time with family and volunteering at her church.



He is currently the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Owner of Hood to Coast Race Series, President of Floyd Public Affairs, and recently co-founded a retail food brokerage named OnShelf Partners. He has served on and chaired many nonprofit boards including All Hands Raised, Providence Portland Medical Foundation, Oregon League of Minority Voters, Friends of Baseball, and is currently the co-chair of the All Hands Raised Partnership Council. 

Born and raised in Southeast Portland, he attended Portland Public Schools and Central
Catholic High School. After graduation from Lewis & Clark College, he gained extensive
experience in public affairs and government relations with the Northwest Grocery
Association (NWGA) and Safeway Inc. He has consulted on numerous statewide and
local grocery industry campaigns. Additionally, he’s been a consultant with Sunshine
Division and currently with NWGA and Our Streets PDX.



Eugene has served as a trusted adviser for business leaders since 1998. He has integrated his experience as a successful business owner, and his understanding of excellent leaders and organizational dynamics, to help thousands of business leaders strategically navigate to and through the success and succession of their businesses.

Eugene’s success in advising, coaching, and mentoring leaders around the world has earned him the trusted place of a ‘Strategic Advantage’. He has relied upon an abundance mindset, making lemonade out of lemons. He brings his business savvy, strategic mindset and passion for excellence through business to partnering with clients as they grow their organizations.

Eugene has B.A.s in Psychology and Theology, and three Masters degrees. He serves/has served on the: Board of Directors for the International Succession Planning Association; Board of Advisors for the Austin Family Business Program; part of the Oregon State College of Business Dean’s Council on Excellence; Board of Trustees for the International Theological Institute; and has served as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees with the Columbia-Willamette YMCA.

He and his wife of 35 years, Angela, have five grown children and three sprouting grandchildren.



A native and resident of Portland, OR. Born with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Scott Hatley is Co-Founder of INCIGHT. He graduated from the University of Portland. His commitment to positive change is evident in his collaborative creation of INCIGHT’s mission.


Scott serves on the Board of Directors for Exceed Enterprises, serves on the Partnership Council for All Hands Raised, and is a member of the Rotary Club of Portland. The Portland Business Journal recognized Scott as one Portland’s 2020 Executives of the Year for his leadership. He is recognized by several organizations for his service to the Disability Community, including the Muscular Dystrophy Association (Personal Achievement Award and 2004 national finalist), Exceptional Parent Magazine (2006 Distinguished Service Award), Oregon Parent Training and Information Center (2007 Youth Achievement Award) and Exceed Enterprises (2013 Londahl-Risley Award).


He is an avid sports fan and frequently attends Trail Blazers games and local high school and college events.

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