Chabre Vickers is the Vice President Community Development Officer for Wells Fargo & Company in Oregon and S.W. Washington and leads the company’s community development initiatives and Community Reinvestment Act activities supporting low and moderate income communities.

Called “one of Portland’s super-connectors” by Portland Monthly Magazine, Chabre’s passion for community is demonstrated by her advocacy with many organizations where she utilizes the tenets of Critical Race Theory to enhance access and capacity towards tangible social change for the benefit of all.

Chabre has served as the Chair of the City of Portland Human Rights Commission and her past careers include serving as the Community Relations Manager for Portland Community College Southeast Campus, Vice President of Brand Experience and Director of Community Relations & Diversity Programs at Big Brother Big Sisters of Columbia Northwest.

Chabre volunteers in her community and serves as a board member for the Oregon Symphony, the OHSU Avel Gordly Center for Healing, is a Governor on the Board of Governors for The Portland City Club, she serves as on The Literary Arts organization board, and serves as a Board of Professionals member for the Trail Blazers make it better foundation, and is a past Executive Committee Member of the Portland African American Leadership Forum, amongst many others.