Adrianne Hranko is the project manager for Digital Apparel Development at Columbia Sportswear. Her education in design and architecture, as well as her experience in garment fit, inform her approach to developing compelling digital processes for apparel manufacturing. She believes in progress through strong collaborative relationships among cross-functional partners across the globe. Adrianne is a graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder and the Art Institute of Portland.
Cheryl Douratsos is senior director for mens apparel technical development at Nike. For the last 15 years Cheryl has built diverse teams, leading and enabling each individual within their day-to-day work, careers and aspirations. She has led and been part of the creation and evolution of multiple processes and tools; reducing workflow, providing clarity and meeting calendar gates. She has worked on high profile products for the world’s largest stages; Football World Cup, Football European Championships, NBA, WNBA and All-Star.
As senior content editor for global trend & cultural insights at adidas, Marjorie directs and socializes global multimedia research and creative strategy devoted to cultural values and behaviors. She sets campaign strategy, production and messaging. She sets direction on products and content from concept to execution. She is in charge of strategic positioning and retail experience, including digital, particularly on matters requiring cultural intelligence.
Before adidas, Marjorie was managing editor for The Portland Mercury.
Adam Andreas is the senior technical developer for The North Face, Vanity Fair Corporation (VFC). He has been working in the apparel industry for over 12 years primarily focused in the fields of technical design and product development. Graduating with a BFA in Apparel Design from the Art Institute of Portland, he has since then worked for both local and global apparel companies, including Columbia Sportswear and VFC where he also works on special projects such as collaborations with Maison Margiela and Brain Dead and Supreme.
Darcy Cameron is the president of Cameron Design group. In 2005 Darcy opened Knit Purl in Portland, Oregon. In 2006 she launched knit-purl.com to offer a curated selection of yarn and knitting supplies to discriminating knitters worldwide. In 2008 Darcy created Shibui Knits to bring modern fashion to the knitting industry. Shibui’s premium quality yarns and cutting edge patterns are now sold in over 500 stores in the US and around the world. Darcy is a graduate of Portland State University with a degree in business.