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Oregon Science Fiction Conventions, Inc. (OSFCI) is a group of fans in Portland, Oregon that sponsors science fiction conventions and related events. OSFCI and all OSFCI events are entirely volunteer-run, and any surpluses are donated to recognized non-profit organizations. OSFCI itself is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit corporation.

Membership in OSFCI is open to anyone who has worked at the committee level for at least two OSFCI events in the last four years.

The OSFCI Board of Directors currently consists of:
(2021-2022) Aaron Curtis, Car Bostick, D. Stephen Raymond, Debra Stansbury and Jeff Polier.
(2021-2023) Jason Bostick, Keri Turner, Linnea Thompson, Paula Duckhorn and Travis Peters.

Car Bostick is the current President of the OSFCI Board. Travis Peters is the current Treasurer and Paula Duckhorn is the current Secretary.

The next Board of Directors Meeting will be held online via Zoom Meeting due to COVID-19. It is scheduled for Thursday, December 9th, 2021 at 7:00 PM Pacific Standard Time (US and Canada). If you would like to attend this meeting, please use the contact form to contact PR to obtain the URL prior to the event.

If you'd like to know more, you can read an essay called What is OSFCI?. Please contact us with any questions, concerns, and matters of interest by using the contact form.

Since the last Annual General Meeting that was held, back on March 3, 2019 (delayed by inclement weather from February 4th, 2019), OSFCI had gone through extraordinary times due to the COVID pandemic. My thanks to everyone who has helped us get through so far, and to those who are helping us move into the future.

We did miss out on some things. ConCom and Board meetings are not longer in person, but on Zoom. Three in-person conventions had to be cancelled: GameStorm in 2020 and 2021, and OryCon in 2020. And we had no Annual General Meeting in 2020.

We did have one in-person convention since the last AGM, OryCon 41 in November 2019, and an online convention (Or-e-Con) in November 2020. We’re hoping our next planned conventions, OryCon 42 (November 2021) and GameStorm 22 (March 2022), will happen as scheduled.

Convention committees continue to meet online, as does the Board of Directors.

Since the last AGM, we replaced the position of Storage Unit Manager with the position of Quartermaster, which brings our practice in line with some of the other local conventions. Keri Turner, who first took the position of Quartermaster, has done a lot of work inventorying and organizing the storage locker.

We also have a new IT Director, Isaac Carroll, and a website manager, Tatiana McIrvin.
Our contract with Kumoricon was renewed.

For the future:
We hope to expand the office of OSFCI Ombudsman, currently consisting only of Jacob Engstrom. Interested parties should send email to ombudsman and copy to president using the forms.

We will also continue to try to make OSFCI and its conventions more inclusive and welcoming. We have an Inclusivity Committee which meets online. Anyone interesting in participating or providing suggestions, please email to be put in touch with the committee.

D. Stephen Raymond, President, OSFCI