Past CIP Members
CIP has proudly supported the community-based businesses of our members over the years. Below are past members of Community Inspired Professionals.
David James Robinson
David James Robinson helps people at any income level to transact wealth by providing estate planning, business development and tax planning services. He offers an alternative to the suit-and-tie law firm experience by running paper-free and mobile practice. He will visit you in your home or workplace and deliver a user-friendly work product. When he isn’t practicing law for money he donates his attorney services to nonprofits. He is a multi-sport athlete and a full time bicyclist. He has been a member of Community Inspired Professionals since 2013. Were it not for my participation in CIP, I would not have a law practice. I can trace 75% of new client business in my first year to a CIP source.
- Juris Doctor – Syracuse University College of Law, Syracuse, NY ▪ 1999
- Bachelors of Arts– State University of New York College at Oswego, Oswego, NY ▪ 1993
- Member of the Oregon State Bar since October 2009
- Member Multnomah Bar Association and American Bar Association
- Notary Public for the State of Oregon
Scott Berry helps people achieve their financial goals, whatever those may be. He is a lifelong volunteer and is currently serving on the foundation board at Trillium Family Services. Scott joined CIP to help align his social action and business practices.
Eden Swartz has been a photographer for over 20 years and she is fantastic with people, a most auspicious combination. In Eden’s long experience of taking photographs, she has discovered that most people do not enjoy having their photograph taken. Often, people feel extremely self-conscious, awkward, sweaty, nervous. She understands this. This is where her talents with people and art combine in the most fabulous, creative and soothing of ways. Eden helps and supports all of her clients through the photograph taking process, encouraging her clients to wriggle and breathe; helping them move through the awkwardness. Her clients feel instantly at ease and end up with photographs they are madly in love with: photographs that capture authentic human connection.
On those rare occasions that Eden and her camera are separated, you will find her reading a book, practicing yoga, running around town with her two sons and her husband, drinking tea with friends, knitting a hat, sock shopping, or traveling somewhere fun with her family and friends.