Our Team

John Gross

John Gross-Founder-President

John received his MBA for technology management from the University of Phoenix in 2005 with a B.A. from Central Washington University. Prior to founding Goldstreet, John worked for AT&T Wireless and Qwest Communications as part of their Corporate Account Sales Team providing Hi-Tech voice and data solutions to larger corporations in the Portland Metro area. John’s skills include working with customers to develop a marketing/communications strategy that best fits the customers expected results and budget. From there, the company’s highly talented design and project management teams take over.

Outside of the office, John enjoys mountain biking, skiing and spending time with his wife, daughter and dog Taylor.


Carly Carmichael-VP Marketing and Client Services

Carly earned a B.A. from the University of Portland and earned her JD/MBA with a concentration in sports marketing from the University of Oregon. Carly brings 15 years executive marketing experience after spending 8+ years as Director of Marketing for Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort. She also worked at Adidas and teaches marketing courses at University of Phoenix. Her extensive experience offers clear understanding of agency relationships and the dynamics of marketing and communications in corporate environments. She is used to working with all types of budgets and enjoys the challenges of developing and executing effective communications.

She enjoys yoga, basketball and spending time with her husband and 2 boys who are busy with school and sports.


Erin Keith-Stormwater Outreach Coordinator

Erin holds a B.S degree in Environmental Science with a focus in Community Involvement. Her career started in the environmental regulatory field, ensuring construction project compliance with local, state and federal laws. The expertise she gained, including a keen attention to detail, coupled with her naturally strong communication and customer service skills, led to a position as the Water Resources Specialist for the City of Lacey in Washington State for 5 years, where she implemented successful public outreach programs for the stormwater, drinking water and wastewater utilities.

Erin enjoys time with her husband and daughter, exploring the outdoors. They hope to own a ranch, becoming more self-sufficient and have even more reason to be outdoors together.