We all have stories about a home. For some, a home is a sanctuary, a shelter from the storm. For others, it is a fading dream. [Read More]
About Nick Fish
Nick Fish is a Portland City Commissioner who was first elected in 2008, in a special election to replace Erik Sten. He has worked on affordable housing issues for over 30 years, starting with his first job out of college, for former U.S. Representative Barney Frank. Nick is passionate about jazz, women's soccer, and old books. His proudest achievements are his two children, Chapin and Maria, ages 12 and 23.