Meet Our Team

Tim Miller


Tim brings over 30 years of management and senior leadership experience to his work at Oregon Business for Climate, working across multiple functions (manufacturing and operations, marketing, sales, and general management), in sectors ranging from low-tech manufacturing, to high-tech (Intel), to internet businesses.  After 15 years in the for-profit sector, Tim opted to make a more direct impact in sustainability, energy and climate – providing strategic consulting for over 30 clean-tech companies, non-profits, and agencies, along with launching his own clean-tech start-up in the transportation sector.  For 8 years he co-ran and ran one of the nation’s leading non-profit residential energy efficiency retrofit programs, Enhabit, helping create equitable clean energy jobs, support contractors, and advance policies while improving 5,000 homes in Oregon.

Tim’s view of the role of business, and its importance in addressing climate change, has roots in his formal background, an economics degree and an MBA, both with honors, from Stanford University.  He also serves on the Board (previously as Board President) of Climate Solutions, the leading climate-focused policy organization in the Northwest, and on the Board of Forth, one of the nation’s leading non-profits accelerating transportation electrification.

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Adam Nashban

Business Engagement Lead

Adam has spent his career advising founders, elected officials, nonprofits, and c-suite executives on building better branding, fundraising, and businesses.  He brings over 20 years of experience to Oregon Business for Climate and a successful record of raising over $40 Million for causes and campaigns.

Adam’s passion for fighting climate runs deep.  What initially fueled his drive in politics now operates in finding solutions for fleet decarbonization, business leadership in climate policy, climate startups, carbon sequestration, and beyond.  Adam brings his ability to find solutions through cohesive messaging, coaching, and strategic development. 

Throughout his career Adam has operated seamlessly in small boardroom settings, community development, and large celebrity and elected official headlined galas.  Adam has started and ran three consulting firms, worked with and advised numerous members of congress and Senators, as well as nonprofit organizations including the American Cancer Society, Climate Solutions, Lean Energy, and served on the board of the City Repair Project.

The great outdoors is one of the reasons Adam was drawn to Oregon he enjoys birding, sailing, climbing, hiking/snowshoeing, canoeing, and is a member of the Bird Alliance of Oregon.  Adam lives in Portland with his partner and son.

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