State Representative Katie Brewer

Party: R District: 29
Capitol Phone: 503-986-1429
Capitol Address: 900 Court St NE, H-474, Salem, OR, 97301


Katie Eyre Brewer is a long-time Hillsboro resident and CPA. As an accountant, Katie understands how decisions made in Salem can affect Oregon’s businesses and workers. She offers over 20 years of public- and private-sector accounting experience. Katie has taken leadership roles in the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, including serving as a member and chair of its Board of Directors, and currently serves on the Hillsboro Planning Commission. In addition, she has been actively involved in education outreach about domestic violence.
Katie was born in New Jersey, the youngest of 5 children with parents who immigrated from England. She graduated from high school in Pennsylvania, then college in California before moving to Oregon in 1991.
She was elected to her first term in the State House of Representatives on November 2, 2010 and is proud to represent the constituents of House District 29, which encompasses Forest Grove, Cornelius, Hillsboro and other small areas of Washington County. Katie was one of nine new State Representatives to be sworn into Oregon’s 76th Legislative Session on January 10, 2011.
Katie and her husband, Bill, have five wonderful children ranging in age 5 through 25. For fun, Katie and Bill love to spend time with their dog Fendi, write music together and ride their Harley Davidsons.
Education Background
Katie attended Delaware Valley High School in Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration-Accounting from California State University.
Community Experience
Past Chair, Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
Vice President, Hillsboro Planning Commission
Crisis Counselor, Washington County Rape Crisis Center
Treasurer, Alliance Bible Church Governing Board
Treasurer, Heritage Christian School Board of Trustees (2000-2003)
Graduate, Leadership Hillsboro


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