Oana Dumitrescu was born in Bucharest, Romania and immigrated to Portland, Oregon with her family when she was 10 years old. As a young political asylee, she retained the positive aspects of her roots and familial values, while embracing the American culture.
Oana's drive to lead and give back to her community, led to her professional experience of working in the home medical equipment industry for over 20 years as an executive leader, helping to improve the quality of lives for athletes, those with temporary and permanent disabilities and the elderly population.
With twin sons who played football from ages eight throughout high school, having herself spent many nights playing Offensive Line and Defensive Line, as well as being an NFL football fan, Oana is no stranger to football.
Oana believes that sports has the potential to amplify women's voices and tear down traditional gender norms and barriers. "Women in sports defy the surprisingly still-standing stereotype that women are not strong, as capable or athletically inclined. I want to provide an environment where women can focus on achieving their goals in football through hard work and dedication, so together we can achieve success.”
You can catch Oana spending time with her twin sons, watching sports, creating deliciousness in the kitchen, cardio boxing, playing volleyball (her first love), and collecting driving accomplishments on the road. She has a great appreciation for a good, fast car!
Coach Price lettered 4 years in varsity basketball, 3 in varsity football and graduated MVP in both. In 1988 Coach Price played football for Glendale City College becoming the Mission Bowl Champions, then began his coaching career in 1997 as head coach at Jefferson High School where they took home the City Championship in 1999 and 2000.
His resume includes defensive line coach at Southern Oregon University in 2006, Head Coach for Parkrose High School in 2008, and currently Head Coach for Roosevelt High School earning the title of Portland Interscholastic League Champions in 2018, as well as Portland Interscholastic League Coach of The Year.
Coach Price has also had multiple stints at coaching women’s football, reaching division championship success on multiple occasions.
Coach Price loves coaching his son TJ, sushi and enjoying an occasional cigar.
Anthony Stoudamire comes from an enduring legacy of well-known Oregon athletics contributors, spanning more than six decades combined and includes brothers, nephews and cousins.
Those that know him well call him Coach Stoud and he has spent the better part of his life giving back to his community. Prior to shifting careers 14 years ago, Anthony was a manager of protective services for the Child Welfare Department of the State of Oregon. He currently works in the adult mental health field and has served as the Offensive Coordinator at Roosevelt High School in Portland from 2017 to the present
His coaching resume extends back to 1978 as Head Freshman Coach at Jefferson High School until 1983 and continuing as Director/Coach of youth Football until 1995. At Jefferson, he also held the position as Offensive Coordinator from 1993 to 2000 and returned to Head Coach in 2006 until 2012. Anthony then moved on to Coach at Benson High School as Head Coach from 2012 to 2014 and Offensive Coordinator until 2016. Throughout his coaching experience, he has also started youth programs for 5th to 8th graders and provided private training and consulting to local programs, college athletes and coaches.
Coach Stoud has a myriad of personal interests. He loves spending time with his children, in his spare time he is an avid reader and traveler. He prioritizes and enjoys a good pedicure and he is also a poet.
Now that his focus has transitioned to growing a women’s tackle football team, he is devoting a lot of time and energy to ensure executing a successful organization "gets done the right way” because he is fully committed to providing a professional experience to Ravens players and fans, alike.
Josh Bradford is a Portland native who dreamed of playing football on Sundays and started playing football, basketball and baseball at the young age of 10. His playing career in football spanned 12 seasons as he lettered all four years of high school, was awarded lineman of the year twice, 1st team all-conference offense and 2nd team all-conference defense, finishing his football career with two years at Rocky Mountain College in Montana.
His short but successful repertoire in coaching started in 2017 as a defensive line coach but his love for the line recently moved him into coaching both positions for Roosevelt high school where he took co-part in the success of coaching 2 offensive and 2 defensive linemen to all-conference status, one of them also reaching defensive player of the year and 1st team all-state honors. The team ended this season as league champions. Alongside coaching, Josh also works as a campus monitor for the Parkrose School District in east Portland.
Bradford jumped at the chance of team ownership because he’s always felt the game of football changed his life and helped steer him in the right direction. He is determined to provide women the best experience possible playing the greatest game on earth. “After my first season coaching women, it was abundantly clear that the potential for women’s football is vast. I want to introduce more women to football and help women’s football grow.”
You can catch Coach Bradford rooting for America’s team the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Lakers. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, soul food, 90’s hip hop music and he prides himself on his sports trivia knowledge. You can also catch him doing great impersonations of fellow coach/owners Price and Stoudamire!
Ashlie McDonald serves the Oregon Ravens in the seat of Public Relations and Marketing and was eager to assist the organization because she believes that breaking barriers and pushing envelopes is a necessary disruption to many traditional institutions, and women’s football does exactly that!
Ashlie holds a Liberal Arts degree in Multi-Media Art from Mills College, a private institution that began as a Women’s Seminary in Benicia, California that later relocated to Oakland, still holding its status as a Women’s College for their undergrad program. Soon after, following a passion for wellness, she completed her Massage Therapy program at the National Holistic Institute in Emeryville, California.
Her experience in PR and Marketing has developed from various personal and professional ventures that include assisting in the marketing efforts of minority and underutilized business enterprises, professional medical clinics, dance studios and therapeutic services/practitioners.
Ashlie is a volleyball fanatic, having started her love of the sport at a young age and playing into college. She is an avid learner of dance, with Bachata and Dancehall being personal favorites and she spends much of her time with her son and immediate family.
Rachael Durrance is a PNW transplant having only moved to Washington in 2018. She came to Vancouver, Washington from Jacksonville, Florida with her wife, Noodle #27, for work. Though she is a born-and-raised East coast girl, she loves the beauty and peace found in the PNW.
Rachael went to high school in a small town in North Carolina where she spontaneously decided to try out for the cheerleading team. To much of her surprise, she made the team! Although sideline cheers are the extent of her knowledge of football, don't let this business savvy, go getter, excel nerd fool you. She is eager to learn more about the sport. She sees unlimited potential in not only the Oregon Ravens but the WNFC as a whole. She believes in and is passionate about seeing women's sports get the visibility and respect it deserves.
Rachael has a passion for community and helping people reach their own potential. When she found the Oregon Ravens through some friends who play, she wasn’t eager to step on the field, but she was determined to get her hands dirty and help in other ways.
If you don’t find Rachael working or working out, she is likely pursuing her degree in accounting, cozying up with her dogs and reading a good book, hanging around the garden with her wife, or working on a new house project!
Dr. Chang has almost a decade of experience treating pain and musculoskeletal injuries. He is especially skilled at looking at biomechanical issues or movement patterns that lead folks to recurrent injuries or pain. He additionally performs a variety of regenerative injections and sports acupuncture to help old injuries heal or speed up acute injuries. Dr. Chang believes that patients should take an active role in their recovery by educating and creating a realistic treatment plan
Dr. Bailey is not only a Raven, she has her degree in Naturopathic Medicine, Classical Chinese Medicine, and is a licensed Massage Therapist. Dr. Bailey grew up playing various sports and found that mainstream sports medicine was not inclusive of all genders and body types. In practice, Dr. Bailey supports her patients with a mixture of hands-on modalities such as acupuncture and body work, while also providing lifestyle support through healthy movement, nourishing foods, and restful recovery.
Dr. Volarich has trained under Dr. Chang for sports medicine and has additional experience as a primary care provider. She provides care by ensuring the foundations of health are established and has built her practice around women’s health, GI dysfunction, mental health, and fertility support. Dr. Volarich believes in building a communicative, trusting relationship with her patients is important.
Dr. Verboort is not only a Certified Sports Physician who can help folks who need rehab for injuries, exercise modifications, etc.; but she also has a passion for Chiropractic work. She has a hands-on approach in identifying and treating the problem rather than just the symptoms. As a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, she has expertise in diagnosing and treating sports related injuries.