Drew provides the overall administration of Morrison Child and Family Services. He supervises those providing program services and evaluation, fund development, Equity and Inclusion, Finance Services and overall organizational health and strategic priorities. He serves as the primary liaison to all government, school, private funding and licensing bodies for Morrison. Drew has extensive experience with integrating mental health and substance use disorders, prevention, foster care, residential, and community-based services. He has a master’s degree in education, focused on social agencies counseling from the University of Dayton, in Dayton Ohio. “Serving kids and families well is the passion that keeps me focused, dedicated employees are what keeps me going through all types of ups and downs.”
Katherine oversees accounting and financial functionality by leading the Financial and Accounting Services Team (FAST). She collaborates with administrative departments, program staff, and external stakeholders to ensure fiscal procedures, processes, and compliance. Katherine holds a masters of public administration and completed her post-graduate education with an emphasis on nonprofit management.
Scott leads various administrative functions with a focus on overall environmental services. These services include the facilities department and our work atmosphere and morale activities through our Equity, Inclusion and Sanctuary Model department. He also assists in strategic planning, system development and implementation of business processes, and workforce development that supports Morrison's operational and financial goals. He holds a master's degree in Business Administration.
Patricia is responsible for all organizational legal matters including human resources, administrative compliance with State and Federal employment laws, insurance, risk management and liability. Patricia serves on both the Leadership Team and the Executive Leadership Team.
Dixie leads and manages the organization's comprehensive array of prevention and clinical services. This includes recommending appropriate actions, strategies, and alternatives to meet the agency needs for serving children, youth, and families. Dixie also oversees overall leadership for programs from a trauma-informed perspective with an emphasis on effective partnerships within the agency and all related stakeholders and funders. Dixie has a masters degree in social work, and is a licensed clinical social worker. She admires the resiliency and the energy of the kids and their families.
Mark is responsible for the leadership, vision, direction and management of technology support operations. In 2009, he joined Morrison as the Director of Information Technology, bringing with him more than 20 years of experience in information management. Mark has been instrumental in defining business and IT strategies and in selecting, implementing and integrating mission-critical healthcare information systems across the agency.
Margie leads the Quality Management and Program Evaluation Department. She also oversees Early Childhood prevention programs and Parents Anonymous of Oregon. Since 1977, Margie has designed and developed numerous outpatient mental health and prevention programs that are now embedded in Morrison’s continuum of services. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who enjoys helping children of all ages and backgrounds overcome adversity and develop healthy personalities.
Margaret oversees all of Morrison’s outpatient clinics, the community-based programs, Sage Youth Residential Program, and the Central Intake Department. She has extensive experience as a funder, having worked in care coordination and utilization review for local medicaid-managed care plans. She holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology and has extensive experience as a parent educator, parenting consultant, and behavior analyst working with autistic children.
Kinsey oversees all fundraising, events, marketing, and communication programs; and also has a hand in board development. Most recently she worked with the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture as their Director of Program Planning and External affairs.
Alejandro supervises programs for displaced youth entering the United States, ensuring that the programs are compliant with federal and state guidelines. He holds a master's degree in social work and is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW).
Lisa provides leadership for the Psychiatric Services Team, which includes clinical supervision, staffing, and policies and procedures. She facilitates integration and communication between the medical staff and other clinicians and with administration.