Krishna Balasubramani appointed to another term on SAIF board of directors
Balasubramani to serve second term on board.
posted September 26, 2017
As part of a vote on a number of governor appointments, the Oregon state senate unanimously voted Tuesday to approve Krishna Balasubramani’s reappointment to the SAIF board of directors for a second term. Balasubramani was initially appointed to the board in September 2013; member terms are four years.
Balasubramani is a partner in the firm Sather, Byerly and Holloway, LLP, in Portland, and represents employers in the Pacific Northwest in employment-related matters, including wrongful termination lawsuits, administrative complaints to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and workers' compensation cases. Prior to joining Sather, Byerly and Holloway in 1996, he was a pro tem administrative law judge for the Workers' Compensation Board.
SAIF's board represents a cross-section of the workers' comp system, appointed by the governor to four-year terms. They represent organized labor, policyholders, the legal profession, and associations. The other board members are:
- Jenny Ulum, senior director of communication at King Estate Winery in Eugene
- Kevin Jensen, former business manager for Ironworkers Local 29 in Portland
- Maurice Rahming, president of O'Neill Electric in Portland
- Jeff Stone, executive director and CEO of the Oregon Association of Nurseries (OAN) in Wilsonville
SAIF is Oregon's not-for-profit workers' compensation insurance company. For more than 100 years, we've been taking care of injured workers, helping people get back to work, and striving to make Oregon the safest and healthiest place to work. For more information, visit the About SAIF page on saif.com.