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Family Impact Network connects providers, partners, and government entities to surround families with care. We know strong communities need strong families. Our team brings together a unique range of talents and perspectives. We do this work because we are passionate about helping families in our community.

Together, we seek to create a network that taps into the power of partnerships, elevates the valuable work happening in Central and Eastern Washington, creates opportunities for greater collaboration and innovation, and uses data to strengthen our community—one family at a time.

Our Work

2395

Families connected with services in 2022

318

Providers/Staff in 20 Counties

Communities we Serve

Map of 20 counties we serve in Eastern and Central Washington

FIN Staff

Team Member Portrait
Sheila Morley

Executive Director

Sheila was raised in the Southwest but has lived in Spokane for the past 24 years.  Before Family Impact Network, Sheila led system change efforts in the homeless system, developed homeless housing programs and worked with families experiencing homelessness, child welfare involvement and poverty.  Sheila was drawn to FIN’s work because she believes that quality services and strong communities strengthens families.  FIN has the unique opportunity to collaborate with our partners and service providers to build a service delivery system that meets the individual needs of children and families, providing opportunity for healing and stability. 

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Team Member Portrait
Shannon Selland

Director of Programs

Shannon grew up in Southern California and moved to Spokane to attend Whitworth University and made Spokane her home.

Her most important work is being a mom to 4 kids.  Next important has been working with children and families in need for 18 years as a social worker.  Shannon has been with FIN from the beginning and feels lucky to work with a great team to make a difference with providers who give families what they need to make a difference in their lives.

Shannon chose to work for an agency like FIN because she wanted to make a difference for families in a different way than direct service. FIN is in a unique position to help support providers who provide the critical services families need in order to be the best they can be.

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Team Member Portrait
Jessica Armentrout

Director of Finance

Jessica graduated Cum Laude from Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting in 2008. She has been a licensed Certified Public Accountant in Washington state since 2010.

Her previous professional experience includes working for a non-profit medical residency program and working as a financial statement auditor at two public accounting firms in Spokane. Jessica joined Family Impact Network in 2018.

Jessica was drawn to work for Family Impact Network because she has a passion for wanting to help foster children. She and her husband were previously foster parents, and they were able to adopt their youngest son from the foster care system in 2015.

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Team Member Portrait
Mike Fettig

Director of Operations

Mike is a native Washingtonian and has lived in Spokane going on 30 years. Careers have taken him from the Army to business and teaching and now non-profits where he has worked in since 2011.

He is proud to help build and grow a program that centers on supporting the work of professionals making a difference in the lives of children and families.  

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Monica Larsen

Executive Assistant

Born and raised in Spokane, WA, Monica has a strong sense of community.  She has a passion to serve people in any capacity needed. She has raised a blended family and has volunteered and served for many years in Spokane.  Monica believes in the Family Impact Network’s mission and is humbled to be a part of this great team.

READ FULL BIO
Kellie Miner Headshot
Kellie Miner

Human Resources Generalist

Kellie grew up on a wheat farm in south Spokane County. Growing up in a small farming community taught her early on the value and meaning of hard work.   After spending 19 years in the corporate banking world, Kellie joined our partner company EHF before coming over to us here at FIN.  Going from corporate HR to a small non-profit has been exactly what she was looking for.  Kellie feels, the heart and passion for the work done at FIN is truly like no other.

 In her spare time, Kellie enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 young kids on their 10 acres, raising her family in the rural community she was raised in herself!    

 

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Team Member Portrait
Jenna Rockford

Network Administrator Manager

Jenna was born and raised in Spokane, WA. She joined the FIN team in 2017 as a Resource Specialist. Prior to that, she worked at YFA Connections as front desk support. She has a bachelor’s degree in Social Services from Whitworth University. In her down time, Jenna loves spending time with her partner Jackson, very adorable 10-year-old daughter, Aubree, their 3 dogs, 1 cat, and 9 fish.

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Annika O'Neill

Program Manager

Pending

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Jessica Martinez-Hopkins

Senior Resource Specialist

Born in Las Vegas, NV and has spent over 15 years in Spokane.
Prior to joining Family Impact Network, Jessica spent six years working for a Chemical Dependency and Co-Occurring Outpatient Facility where she provided various administrative support throughout her time there. Jessica’s experience has allowed her to work with a diverse population within the Spokane Community and has a passion for giving back to the community she calls home.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Joanna Rainbolt

Resource Specialist 

Joanna has lived in Spokane for 2 years and loves all that it has to offer. She is a Southern California native. Prior to relocating she was involved in safety, training, and emergency medicine. Joanna loves working at FIN because it isn’t a typical 8-5 job. She says it’s a place where she gets to be part of making an impact on under-resourced children and families. Joanna is delighted to be a part of this team.

READ FULL BIO
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Patricia Gaunt

Resource Specialist

Patricia Gaunt was born on the Colville Reservation in a small town called Inchelium and moved to Spokane to attend college.  She has spent over 20 years working with children and families in the Spokane area. Patricia joined the FIN family in April of 2022. Patricia has two amazing boys and comes from a big family of 3 brothers and 3 sisters and too many nieces and nephews to count.

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Team Member Portrait
Danielle Valentine

Resource Specialist

Danielle Valentine was born and raised in a small town in Montana. Her passion for helping others, love for people, and looking for more opportunities brought her to Washington. Danielle has been a loyal resident of Spokane for the past 16 years where she has planted her roots by raising her family and furthering her education. Danielle graduated from Whitworth University with Cum Laude honors earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Services. Danielle’s dedication towards helping families and children drew her towards working with FIN, where families with limited resources can transition from crisis to stability. She officially joined the FIN family in June of 2021. In her free time, Danielle loves doing anything that involves spending time with her children, family, and friends.

READ FULL BIO
Jann Stowe
Jann Stowe

Resource Specialist

Jann and her family relocated to the Northwest in 1999.  As part of the original management team that opened the newly remodeled Davenport Hotel, she came to know how devoted and tight-knit the Spokane community is.  She continues to honor that community spirit thru volunteering and now through her work as a Resource Specialist at FIN, supporting those who can’t advocate for themselves.  Jann is passionate about the sanctity of childhood and knows first-hand the trauma a child and family go through because of neglect and homelessness.  She brings to the team, her extensive experience in finance, management, training and customer relations.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Jessie Hassler

Compliance Team Lead

Jessie grew up in Spokane Valley and, after leaving the area for education and early professional experience, is excited to be back home raising her two daughters here with her husband. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Humanities from Brigham Young University and her professional background covers a range of non-profits focused on youth civic engagement, regional healthcare access, and now child and family support. She is drawn to this work because she believes that a strong family unit is the foundation for healthy individuals and a healthy society and believes that all parents need support in raising children to become happy, productive adults. 

READ FULL BIO
Samantha Clawson-2
Samantha Clawson

Compliance Specialist

Samantha grew up in North Central Montana and moved to Spokane with her family in 2020 to pursue better opportunities in work, education, and recreation. She graduated from the University of Montana with a master’s degree. Samantha has worked to provide supportive services to families for the past 5 years and worked in higher education for several years before that.   Samantha is excited to work for FIN because of the large impact they have on families in Central and Eastern Washington.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Mariah Holm

Compliance Specialist

Mariah is passionate about two things; her dogs and helping the community that shaped her. After experiencing the impact, she can have on her community while working for the City of Spokane, Mariah geared her sights on working in Social Services. While attending school locally, Mariah worked for YFA Connections where she first gained experience in an administrative support role and furthered her desire to make a positive impact for those vulnerable in our community. Mariah was drawn to FIN because their mission to positively touch the lives of families fulfills a clear need in the current system, and she plays a minor role in helping families in Washington. Best part, she does with her dogs at her side.

READ FULL BIO
Crystal Stevens
Crystal Stevens

Compliance Specialist

Crystal was raised on Whidbey Island and recently relocated from New Mexico to Spokane, WA. Her and her husband have thoroughly enjoyed spending more time outdoors among the beautiful trees, rivers, and lakes Spokane has to offer. In 2013, Crystal received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Washington. Her early career focused on providing direct support to teens, children, and babies experiencing homelessness. Crystal’s love for nonprofit work and family services continued to grow and in 2020, she earned a master’s degree in nonprofit administration. She is eager to combine her passion for family services work with her knowledge of nonprofit operations to better serve her community in Spokane and Eastern Washington.  

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Gabi Whitt

Billing Manager

Gabi was raised in Spokane, Washington and attended Eastern Washington University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance.  Prior to joining Family Impact Network, she worked with the Boy Scouts of America providing support to the program development as well as the finance operations. Gabi has developed a strong sense of devotion for the nonprofit sector and hopes to be able to support those programs that improve the quality of life for our regions. Go Eagles!

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Nicole Chambers

Senior Billing Specialist

Nicole is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, and currently resides not far from her childhood home in the Spokane Valley. Nicole came to FIN after working as a medical biller and an accounts analyst. She has an administrative and clerical background, but also spent time pursuing her passion in the Interior Design and Architecture program at Spokane Falls Community College prior to moving into the Healthcare field. Nicole made the transition to her position with FIN wanting to find a career that made a true impact on the community that she loves. Her employment at FIN has allowed her to be an advocate for providers that are on the ground helping the most vulnerable population in her community. Nicole is very proud that she has a small part in supporting the very meaningful work that helps families all over the state of Washington.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
June R. Jackson

Billing Specialist

June grew up in Vancouver, Washington and moved to Eastern Washington to attend Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.  I have a BA in Social Science with a minor in Sociology. 

I have over 20 years of experience in Billing, Data Quality, Process improvement, Client and Vendor Relations and Team Management.  

“As a child of a single parent, I have empathy for the families we serve.  I’m able to utilize my professional experience, bring value, and support FIN, our Team and Providers.”

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Kori Brumbaugh

Billing Specialist

Kori was born in Tacoma, WA, and although she moved around the West Coast a bit growing up, she ended up back in Washington State in 1991 when her father retired from the government.  In addition to being a very proud mother of two grown boys, Kori is a firm believer in animal rescue and typically cares for three to five fur-babies at any given time.  Prior to joining Family Impact Network, Kori devoted 10+ years working in the Spokane non-profit community serving children and families, helping bring them closer together and form healthier connections.  Aside from making sure she never misses a MARVEL movie; Kori is a die-hard Seahawk fan through thick & thin!  Go Hawks!

READ FULL BIO
Robert Hegwood
Robert Hegwood

Grant Writer/Coordinator

Robert was raised in Indiana and moved to the Northwest in 2002 to become a chef. Several years later, he began his journey from community college to the University of Pennsylvania, where he won a Fulbright scholarship and trained as a historian of modern Japan. Still fascinated with food, much of his work focused on how Japanese immigrant communities introduced their food to America. After a Harvard fellowship, he and his family moved to Spokane to be closer to family and to work as a data analyst and grant development consultant.
Robert joined FIN because having grown up poor he experienced first-hand the life-changing benefits timely aid can bring to families. Now he uses his skills in grant writing and community outreach to secure more resources for FIN's important work.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Gustavo Serrano

Quality Development Specialist 

Gustavo was born in California and was raised in Toppenish, Washington. Prior to Joining FIN Gustavo worked as a Direct Care Staff Member with at-risk youth where he helped BRS clients achieve their permanency plan through skill development and conflict resolution. He has experience working as an Administrative Generalist, Executive Assistant, and a Customer Service Representative. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Heritage University. Gustavo chose to work at FIN to continue supporting families in Yakima County and the surrounding areas.

READ FULL BIO

FIN Board of Directors

Board Member Portrait
Sharon Osborne

Board President

Retired CEO,

Children’s Home Society of Washington

Board Member Portrait
Rob McCann, PhD

Board Vice President

President & CEO, 

Catholic Charities Eastern Washington

Board Member Portrait
Zeke Smith

Board Secretary

President, 

Empire Health Foundation

Casey Yoshihara
Casey Yoshihara, CPA

Board Treasurer

Principal/ Owner, 

Advanta Insurance Brokers

Board Member Portrait
Michelle Ressa

Commissioner,

Spokane County Superior Court

Danelle Stone-2
Danelle Stone

Faculty Field Instructor,

Eastern Washington University

 

Bridget Cannon
Bridget Cannon

Senior Vice President of Shelters/Crisis Intervention,

Volunteers of America Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho

 

Team Member Portrait Coming Soon
Kiantha Duncan

Principal Business Consultant & Strategist, 

Duncan Brown Group / Conversations

Patrick Donahue
Patrick Donahue

Community Partnership Manager/Foster Liaison/EPIC Mentoring Coordinator,

Spokane Public Schools

 

Teresa Anderson Headshot
Teresa Anderson-Harper

Pending

Stephanie Courtney
Stephaine Courtney

Executive Director,

The Shades of Motherhood Network

Employment with FIN

Family Impact Network supports public and private efforts to transition under-resourced children and families from crisis to stability. With a focus on outcomes and quality services, FIN is partnering with the Department of Children, Youth and Families and service providers to serve as the Network Administrator in twenty counties in Eastern and Central Washington. Through this work FIN provides resources and services to vulnerable children and families to address safety, prevention, permanency and stability, and overall well-being.

Our diverse team brings together a unique range of talents and perspectives. Whether it's leadership, policy, funding, or community advocacy, we do this work because we are passionate about our communities and helping families.

Join our Family Impact Network team in our mission to serve children and families from crisis to stability. FIN offers a generous benefit package to include:

  • Comprehensive medical, vision, and dental insurance
  • 401(k) plan with employer match
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Generous paid time off
  • Enhanced education and training opportunities
  • Employee wellness, volunteer, and social opportunities
  • Organization with a strong emphasis on self and family strength
  • Participation in a team with long-term experience with children and families


Current Opportunities

About FIN

Family Impact Network Logo Full Color

Family Impact Network connects providers, partners, and government entities to surround families with care. We know strong communities need strong families. Our team brings together a unique range of talents and perspectives. We do this work because we are passionate about helping families in our community.

Together, we seek to create a network that taps into the power of partnerships, elevates the valuable work happening in Central and Eastern Washington, creates opportunities for greater collaboration and innovation, and uses data to strengthen our community—one family at a time.

Our Work

2395

Families connected with services in 2022

318

Providers/Staff in 20 Counties

Communities we Serve

Map of 20 counties we serve in Eastern and Central Washington

FIN Staff

Team Member Portrait
Sheila Morley

Executive Director

Sheila was raised in the Southwest but has lived in Spokane for the past 24 years.  Before Family Impact Network, Sheila led system change efforts in the homeless system, developed homeless housing programs and worked with families experiencing homelessness, child welfare involvement and poverty.  Sheila was drawn to FIN’s work because she believes that quality services and strong communities strengthens families.  FIN has the unique opportunity to collaborate with our partners and service providers to build a service delivery system that meets the individual needs of children and families, providing opportunity for healing and stability. 

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Shannon Selland

Director of Programs

Shannon grew up in Southern California and moved to Spokane to attend Whitworth University and made Spokane her home.

Her most important work is being a mom to 4 kids.  Next important has been working with children and families in need for 18 years as a social worker.  Shannon has been with FIN from the beginning and feels lucky to work with a great team to make a difference with providers who give families what they need to make a difference in their lives.

Shannon chose to work for an agency like FIN because she wanted to make a difference for families in a different way than direct service. FIN is in a unique position to help support providers who provide the critical services families need in order to be the best they can be.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Jessica Armentrout

Director of Finance

Jessica graduated Cum Laude from Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting in 2008. She has been a licensed Certified Public Accountant in Washington state since 2010.

Her previous professional experience includes working for a non-profit medical residency program and working as a financial statement auditor at two public accounting firms in Spokane. Jessica joined Family Impact Network in 2018.

Jessica was drawn to work for Family Impact Network because she has a passion for wanting to help foster children. She and her husband were previously foster parents, and they were able to adopt their youngest son from the foster care system in 2015.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Mike Fettig

Director of Operations

Mike is a native Washingtonian and has lived in Spokane going on 30 years. Careers have taken him from the Army to business and teaching and now non-profits where he has worked in since 2011.

He is proud to help build and grow a program that centers on supporting the work of professionals making a difference in the lives of children and families.  

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Monica Larsen

Executive Assistant

Born and raised in Spokane, WA, Monica has a strong sense of community.  She has a passion to serve people in any capacity needed. She has raised a blended family and has volunteered and served for many years in Spokane.  Monica believes in the Family Impact Network’s mission and is humbled to be a part of this great team.

READ FULL BIO
Kellie Miner Headshot
Kellie Miner

Human Resources Generalist

Kellie grew up on a wheat farm in south Spokane County. Growing up in a small farming community taught her early on the value and meaning of hard work.   After spending 19 years in the corporate banking world, Kellie joined our partner company EHF before coming over to us here at FIN.  Going from corporate HR to a small non-profit has been exactly what she was looking for.  Kellie feels, the heart and passion for the work done at FIN is truly like no other.

 In her spare time, Kellie enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 young kids on their 10 acres, raising her family in the rural community she was raised in herself!    

 

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Jenna Rockford

Network Administrator Manager

Jenna was born and raised in Spokane, WA. She joined the FIN team in 2017 as a Resource Specialist. Prior to that, she worked at YFA Connections as front desk support. She has a bachelor’s degree in Social Services from Whitworth University. In her down time, Jenna loves spending time with her partner Jackson, very adorable 10-year-old daughter, Aubree, their 3 dogs, 1 cat, and 9 fish.

READ FULL BIO
Annika Oneill-2 (2)
Annika O'Neill

Program Manager

Pending

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Jessica Martinez-Hopkins

Senior Resource Specialist

Born in Las Vegas, NV and has spent over 15 years in Spokane.
Prior to joining Family Impact Network, Jessica spent six years working for a Chemical Dependency and Co-Occurring Outpatient Facility where she provided various administrative support throughout her time there. Jessica’s experience has allowed her to work with a diverse population within the Spokane Community and has a passion for giving back to the community she calls home.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Joanna Rainbolt

Resource Specialist 

Joanna has lived in Spokane for 2 years and loves all that it has to offer. She is a Southern California native. Prior to relocating she was involved in safety, training, and emergency medicine. Joanna loves working at FIN because it isn’t a typical 8-5 job. She says it’s a place where she gets to be part of making an impact on under-resourced children and families. Joanna is delighted to be a part of this team.

READ FULL BIO
Patricia GauntPatrica Gaunt
Patricia Gaunt

Resource Specialist

Patricia Gaunt was born on the Colville Reservation in a small town called Inchelium and moved to Spokane to attend college.  She has spent over 20 years working with children and families in the Spokane area. Patricia joined the FIN family in April of 2022. Patricia has two amazing boys and comes from a big family of 3 brothers and 3 sisters and too many nieces and nephews to count.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Danielle Valentine

Resource Specialist

Danielle Valentine was born and raised in a small town in Montana. Her passion for helping others, love for people, and looking for more opportunities brought her to Washington. Danielle has been a loyal resident of Spokane for the past 16 years where she has planted her roots by raising her family and furthering her education. Danielle graduated from Whitworth University with Cum Laude honors earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Services. Danielle’s dedication towards helping families and children drew her towards working with FIN, where families with limited resources can transition from crisis to stability. She officially joined the FIN family in June of 2021. In her free time, Danielle loves doing anything that involves spending time with her children, family, and friends.

READ FULL BIO
Jann Stowe
Jann Stowe

Resource Specialist

Jann and her family relocated to the Northwest in 1999.  As part of the original management team that opened the newly remodeled Davenport Hotel, she came to know how devoted and tight-knit the Spokane community is.  She continues to honor that community spirit thru volunteering and now through her work as a Resource Specialist at FIN, supporting those who can’t advocate for themselves.  Jann is passionate about the sanctity of childhood and knows first-hand the trauma a child and family go through because of neglect and homelessness.  She brings to the team, her extensive experience in finance, management, training and customer relations.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Jessie Hassler

Compliance Team Lead

Jessie grew up in Spokane Valley and, after leaving the area for education and early professional experience, is excited to be back home raising her two daughters here with her husband. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Humanities from Brigham Young University and her professional background covers a range of non-profits focused on youth civic engagement, regional healthcare access, and now child and family support. She is drawn to this work because she believes that a strong family unit is the foundation for healthy individuals and a healthy society and believes that all parents need support in raising children to become happy, productive adults. 

READ FULL BIO
Samantha Clawson-2
Samantha Clawson

Compliance Specialist

Samantha grew up in North Central Montana and moved to Spokane with her family in 2020 to pursue better opportunities in work, education, and recreation. She graduated from the University of Montana with a master’s degree. Samantha has worked to provide supportive services to families for the past 5 years and worked in higher education for several years before that.   Samantha is excited to work for FIN because of the large impact they have on families in Central and Eastern Washington.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Mariah Holm

Compliance Specialist

Mariah is passionate about two things; her dogs and helping the community that shaped her. After experiencing the impact, she can have on her community while working for the City of Spokane, Mariah geared her sights on working in Social Services. While attending school locally, Mariah worked for YFA Connections where she first gained experience in an administrative support role and furthered her desire to make a positive impact for those vulnerable in our community. Mariah was drawn to FIN because their mission to positively touch the lives of families fulfills a clear need in the current system, and she plays a minor role in helping families in Washington. Best part, she does with her dogs at her side.

READ FULL BIO
Crystal Stevens
Crystal Stevens

Compliance Specialist

Crystal was raised on Whidbey Island and recently relocated from New Mexico to Spokane, WA. Her and her husband have thoroughly enjoyed spending more time outdoors among the beautiful trees, rivers, and lakes Spokane has to offer. In 2013, Crystal received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Washington. Her early career focused on providing direct support to teens, children, and babies experiencing homelessness. Crystal’s love for nonprofit work and family services continued to grow and in 2020, she earned a master’s degree in nonprofit administration. She is eager to combine her passion for family services work with her knowledge of nonprofit operations to better serve her community in Spokane and Eastern Washington.  

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Gabi Whitt

Billing Manager

Gabi was raised in Spokane, Washington and attended Eastern Washington University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance.  Prior to joining Family Impact Network, she worked with the Boy Scouts of America providing support to the program development as well as the finance operations. Gabi has developed a strong sense of devotion for the nonprofit sector and hopes to be able to support those programs that improve the quality of life for our regions. Go Eagles!

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Nicole Chambers

Senior Billing Specialist

Nicole is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, and currently resides not far from her childhood home in the Spokane Valley. Nicole came to FIN after working as a medical biller and an accounts analyst. She has an administrative and clerical background, but also spent time pursuing her passion in the Interior Design and Architecture program at Spokane Falls Community College prior to moving into the Healthcare field. Nicole made the transition to her position with FIN wanting to find a career that made a true impact on the community that she loves. Her employment at FIN has allowed her to be an advocate for providers that are on the ground helping the most vulnerable population in her community. Nicole is very proud that she has a small part in supporting the very meaningful work that helps families all over the state of Washington.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
June R. Jackson

Billing Specialist

June grew up in Vancouver, Washington and moved to Eastern Washington to attend Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.  I have a BA in Social Science with a minor in Sociology. 

I have over 20 years of experience in Billing, Data Quality, Process improvement, Client and Vendor Relations and Team Management.  

“As a child of a single parent, I have empathy for the families we serve.  I’m able to utilize my professional experience, bring value, and support FIN, our Team and Providers.”

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Kori Brumbaugh

Billing Specialist

Kori was born in Tacoma, WA, and although she moved around the West Coast a bit growing up, she ended up back in Washington State in 1991 when her father retired from the government.  In addition to being a very proud mother of two grown boys, Kori is a firm believer in animal rescue and typically cares for three to five fur-babies at any given time.  Prior to joining Family Impact Network, Kori devoted 10+ years working in the Spokane non-profit community serving children and families, helping bring them closer together and form healthier connections.  Aside from making sure she never misses a MARVEL movie; Kori is a die-hard Seahawk fan through thick & thin!  Go Hawks!

READ FULL BIO
Robert Hegwood
Robert Hegwood

Grant Writer/Coordinator

Robert was raised in Indiana and moved to the Northwest in 2002 to become a chef. Several years later, he began his journey from community college to the University of Pennsylvania, where he won a Fulbright scholarship and trained as a historian of modern Japan. Still fascinated with food, much of his work focused on how Japanese immigrant communities introduced their food to America. After a Harvard fellowship, he and his family moved to Spokane to be closer to family and to work as a data analyst and grant development consultant.
Robert joined FIN because having grown up poor he experienced first-hand the life-changing benefits timely aid can bring to families. Now he uses his skills in grant writing and community outreach to secure more resources for FIN's important work.

READ FULL BIO
Team Member Portrait
Gustavo Serrano

Quality Development Specialist 

Gustavo was born in California and was raised in Toppenish, Washington. Prior to Joining FIN Gustavo worked as a Direct Care Staff Member with at-risk youth where he helped BRS clients achieve their permanency plan through skill development and conflict resolution. He has experience working as an Administrative Generalist, Executive Assistant, and a Customer Service Representative. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Heritage University. Gustavo chose to work at FIN to continue supporting families in Yakima County and the surrounding areas.

READ FULL BIO

FIN Board of Directors

Board Member Portrait
Sharon Osborne

Board President

Retired CEO,

Children’s Home Society of Washington

Board Member Portrait
Rob McCann, PhD

Board Vice President

President & CEO, 

Catholic Charities Eastern Washington

Board Member Portrait
Zeke Smith

Board Secretary

President, 

Empire Health Foundation

Casey Yoshihara
Casey Yoshihara, CPA

Board Treasurer

Principal/ Owner, 

Advanta Insurance Brokers

Board Member Portrait
Michelle Ressa

Commissioner,

Spokane County Superior Court

Danelle Stone-2
Danelle Stone

Faculty Field Instructor,

Eastern Washington University

 

Bridget Cannon
Bridget Cannon

Senior Vice President of Shelters/Crisis Intervention,

Volunteers of America Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho

 

Team Member Portrait Coming Soon
Kiantha Duncan

Principal Business Consultant & Strategist, 

Duncan Brown Group / Conversations

Patrick Donahue
Patrick Donahue

Community Partnership Manager/Foster Liaison/EPIC Mentoring Coordinator,

Spokane Public Schools

 

Teresa Anderson Headshot
Teresa Anderson-Harper

Pending

Stephanie Courtney
Stephaine Courtney

Executive Director,

The Shades of Motherhood Network

Employment with FIN

Family Impact Network supports public and private efforts to transition under-resourced children and families from crisis to stability. With a focus on outcomes and quality services, FIN is partnering with the Department of Children, Youth and Families and service providers to serve as the Network Administrator in twenty counties in Eastern and Central Washington. Through this work FIN provides resources and services to vulnerable children and families to address safety, prevention, permanency and stability, and overall well-being.

Our diverse team brings together a unique range of talents and perspectives. Whether it's leadership, policy, funding, or community advocacy, we do this work because we are passionate about our communities and helping families.

Join our Family Impact Network team in our mission to serve children and families from crisis to stability. FIN offers a generous benefit package to include:

  • Comprehensive medical, vision, and dental insurance
  • 401(k) plan with employer match
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Generous paid time off
  • Enhanced education and training opportunities
  • Employee wellness, volunteer, and social opportunities
  • Organization with a strong emphasis on self and family strength
  • Participation in a team with long-term experience with children and families


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