Get to know us.
Carey Haladay, Sonal Haladay, and Taryn Hatchel founded Ironlight in 2016. As a family of professionals, they have designed, built, and intend to operate Ironlight as a legacy to the Lake Oswego community.
A Portland native, Carey loves all things Pacific Northwest including rain, coffee, and wine. After obtaining an undergraduate degree from DePauw University in Indiana, she rushed back to Oregon to attend law school at the University of Oregon. Carey practiced law for nine years, specializing in complex divorce and child custody matters.
Within the community, Carey sits on the board of the Arts Council of Lake Oswego and is an active volunteer for Lake Oswego schools.
Carey and her husband, Miles, have two children, Claire and Henry. Carey is an avid fan at her children’s sporting events, and also enjoys skiing, golfing, and reading.
Raised in Lake Oswego, Taryn grew up as a competitive athlete. She continued to golf competitively and ski while attending Princeton University. Taryn obtained her masters in atmospheric science from Colorado State University and worked as a wind energy consultant for six years.
Taryn, her husband Greg, and two children, Jill and Roc, live in Lake Oswego. Taryn continues her love of golf and is the reigning Oswego Lake Country Club women’s champion for the past three years. Taryn and her family also enjoy traveling and being outdoors.
Sonal and her husband traveled back and forth between their careers in New York City and his hometown of Lake Oswego for many years before deciding to settle in Oregon. Prior to Ironlight, Sonal spent six years working at top PR firms focusing on travel, food, and lifestyle clients.
Within the community Sonal sits on the board of directors for the Portland Children’s Museum and is a member of the Lake Oswego Tourism Advisory Committee.
Sonal lives in Lake Oswego with her husband, Gavin, and their two children, Maya and Jay. They enjoy golfing, winter mountain sports and spending time cooking and eating together.