Salem, Oregon. – Bridges Oregon is pleased to announce the addition of a new board member: Jackie Shaw. Our new appointees bring extensive knowledge of bookkeeping, financial policy, and fundraising to the organization’s leadership, and we look forward to their advisor as we continue our work to expand the much-needed service to Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing Oregonians.

Jackie Shaw

Jackie Shaw is a nationally recognized presenter, author and QuickBooks Wizard who works as a Remote CFO, business consultant and bookkeeping trainer. She is the founder and principal consultant of Get Organized!, LLC (GO!) providing accounting and organizational consulting services to small and micro businesses in the US and Canada. Jackie and her long-time friend and colleague also named Jackie founded Brass Jacks in 2022 with a mission to educate people to become highly skilled bookkeepers and to connect companies to highly qualified bookkeepers. Jackie and her mentor co-authored the book The Remodelers Ultimate Guide to QuickBooks. She completed an Honors Baccalaureate Degree combining Mathematics and Art and was awarded numerous scholarships as well as the academic award for Outstanding Liberal Studies Student, the service award for Outstanding Student Leadership, and the Service-Learning Award called the Cornerstone Experience.

“We are excited about a new additional individual agreeing to work with our Board to further the mission of Bridges Oregon,” said Chad A. Ludwig, Executive Director. Jackie brings unique experiences, skills, and perspectives to help our Board grow as we, collectively, expand strategic growth in response to the need in our Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing communities.

For more information about the Board and how to join on the Board team, go to or contact the Bridges Oregon at or (971) 202-1500.

About Bridges Oregon:

Bridges Oregon is a nonprofit for Oregonians who are Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing or face other communication barriers. It is in our mission to facilitate equity, inclusiveness, and to provide a bridge to opportunities through advocacy, education, and communication.