Dr. Martha Martin is a licensed psychologist in the State of Washington, and also is licensed in Arizona. She graduated from the University of Washington with two Bachelor degrees: one in Vocal Performance and another in Psychology. She is currently married, has 3 grandchildren and resides in Washougal, WA.
She also has an extensive background in music education, performance, and training. Dr. Martin has 10 years of piano training, had lead performances in several musicals in college, and performed with the University of Washington Symphony in several Operas. She is an active community member and the lead driving force behind the CRACF.
Born and raised in Honolulu, Summer Taggart grew up in a Hospitality family. Summer’s career started in 5-star/ 5-diamond Hotels and grew from there into an event professional. Staring with being the Sr. Event Manager for UCLA , moving to being the Event Manager for the Seattle Space Needle and the Venue Manager for the Coachella Music and Arts festival for 10 years. Summer and her husband relocated to Camas, WA in order to be closer to family in 2013.
Stephanie Wichmann, LICSW, RDT is a Clinical Social Worker (Portland State University) and Registered Drama Therapist (North American Drama Therapy Assoc.). Since 2005, she has worked professionally with non-profits, hospitals, treatment centers at all levels of care, and in schools. She's previously served on the Board of Directors for the Columbia River Eating Disorders Network (CREDN) and the North American Drama Therapy Association) as the Cultural Humility, Equity& Diversity Chair. She has a private mental health practice (RiverWay Counseling) serving SW Washington. Stephanie is also an actor/improviser performing in Portland and using her art to promote community, personal growth, social change.
Taylor Cusack is a native of Vancouver, Washington and currently reside in the Camas/ Vancouver area. She takes pride in supporting her local community and currently works full-time as the General Manager of the Best Western Plus in Washougal, WA. Taylor thrives in the operations and facilities management environment and has been in the hospitality industry for 6 years.
Taylor enjoys the challenge and strategy, and all that encompasses business start-up, operations and services/hospitality management, and has a deep-rooted passion for the arts in the digital space.
Evangeline Pattison brings over 15 years of nonprofit experience and a wealth of fundraising and project management knowledge to her role as Advisory Consultant. Her development and operations experience ranges from higher education to world missions, and from local to national organizations. Evangeline has served in a wide range of capacities, from Project Manager to Director of Development and Operations, and her insight and skillset helps teams remove roadblocks and keeps projects on track.
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