About Janeen

As your legislator, former school board member, parent, and an advocate for our community, I’m running for re-election of the Oregon House to continue to help create positive change for Oregonians.


-I will advocate for strong education that supports multiple pathways for students.

-I will stand up for working Oregonians and support our local businesses.

-I will stand up for a fair and just public safety system.

-I will fight to protect our most vulnerable.


I was raised in Washington County, so I understand how important it is to protect the character of our communities for the next generation. My job in Salem is to make sure the voices of those in my community are heard.

My motto has been and will always be; Listen.Learn.Act. I respectfully ask for your support on this journey.

Onward & Upward,

Janeen was first elected to the Oregon House of Representatives in 2016 and has been working hard for her district in various committees and leadership roles.

- Joint Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Public Safety (Co-Chair)

- House Energy and Environment Committee (Vice-Chair)

- House Education Committee

- Alcohol & Drug Policy Commission

- Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorder

- Oregon STEMx Fellow

- Democratic Caucus; Assistant Majority Leader

She served on the Hillsboro School Board from 2009-2017 and was Board Chair from 2011-2013 and currently is a steering committee member of the Career & College Pathways Committee.

As an active volunteer, Sollman has been a long-time advocate for her community. She has helped home-bound seniors with Meals on Wheels since 2011, volunteers to assist homeless families with Washington County Project Homeless Connect, as well as supporting innovative educational opportunities for students with the Hillsboro Schools Foundation.

Janeen has been a Metro Master Recycler since 2012 and enjoys helping the community in their Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Renew efforts to take care of our planet.

Sollman has worked for Vernier Software & Technology, an education software company based in Washington County, for 22 years. Sollman and her husband of 29 years, Tony, have two grown sons who attended Hillsboro public schools and both graduated from Liberty High School. They have lived in House District 30 since 1992.

Janeen brings her school board experience to the Capitol and continues to be a champion for kids from cradle to career. ~Jaci Spross, Hillsboro School Board Member