Collective Pallet supports Members in packing products, but we are unpacking a global consciousness. We demonstrate our commitment to the environment by using only sustainable or recycled shipping and packing materials. All business documents and communications are stored digitally, requiring minimal printing and paper usage. We are committed to welcoming companies who value human rights—demonstrating their concern for social conditions by auditing their manufacturers to ensure they provide a living wage, safe working conditions, and do not use child labor.
We are building a community of compassionate, sensitive, open, honest, courageous, respectful, and diverse entrepreneurs and team members we like to call our CPC, Collective Pallet Community. We hold to and act upon principles of equity. The CPC, Collective Pallet Community, values our unique differences because we know that diversity drives innovation. Having a diverse team both in makeup and in thought is a competitive advantage.
Our members come from all walks of life, and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because it makes our company stronger. Building a culture where differences are valued is key to creating the innovative and cooperative community we want at Collective Pallet. Our inclusive culture inspires us to try new things, speak openly, and be bold. Collective Pallet recognizes the challenges that come in business, and therefore we strive to provide equal opportunities and support for each brand. We are committed to creating a community of entrepreneurs and business owners who listen, give, and seek to learn from one another.
We do not tolerate discrimination. Regardless of ethnicity, age, disability status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, citizenship, or any other aspect make humans unique. If you share our values and enthusiasm for small business, you will find a home at Collective Pallet.
Dana recognized the need for shared warehouse space and services in Central Oregon through her work as a start-up consultant. As she helped clients identify needs and overcome barriers, the challenge of storage and shipping was a common theme. Having formerly served as a chief operating officer for Bend-based companies Sudara, Inc.
Dana recognized the need for shared warehouse space and services in Central Oregon through her work as a start-up consultant. As she helped clients identify needs and overcome barriers, the challenge of storage and shipping was a common theme. Having formerly served as a chief operating officer for Bend-based companies Sudara, Inc. and Christy Designs, Simply Baked's founding company, Dana could leverage her expertise in shipping and fulfillment to create a shared warehouse solution.
Liz is our warehouse manager with knowledge of warehousing organization, inventory,
and logistics. She oversees warehouse activity and manages order fulfillment for our partners and clients. Liz comes through the door with a smile and brings innovative ideas and problem-solving skills. Collective Pallet is lucky to have her on our team!
Denise is the Administrative Assistant at CP. Focusing on internal warehouse needs, as well as, keeping the warehouse up-to-date and operational.
Fun fact: Denise spent a summer in Turkey
Carly is warehouse support specialist and she is currently a student at OSU Cascades studying Outdoor Products.
Fun fact: Carly lived in the Indian Ocean for 3 months!
Rachel is a warehouse support specialist and is our assembly guru. There is no task is too big or too small that Rachel can't do!
Fun fact: Soren hopes to someday live off the grid in a van down by the river.