Staff and Consultants
Jennifer Wilcox, Program Director (email@example.com) – Jennifer has more than twenty years of professional experience assisting individuals experiencing homelessness, addictions, and mental health challenges in accessing and utilizing employment and educational resources to live and work effectively in their communities. Her experience includes management, program development and coordination, supervision, education counseling, career counseling, and career development.
Amy Driscoll, Program Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) – Amy is a board-certified music therapist who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from Marylhurst University. She has been with David’s Harp since April 2014, first as a counselor and then as a program supervisor and manager. Amy currently oversees the daily operations and programming at David’s Harp.
Mary Kautzer, Senior Consultant – Mary has been involved in some form of leadership of David’s Harp since July 1, 1982. She is a Licensed, Clinical Social Worker with a Masters degree in Social Work from Portland State University, 1982. She collaborates with the David’s Harp Manager on program oversight related to staff hiring, clinical program design, budget and revenue review. Mary is also the Director of one of Cascadia’s out-patient Health Centers. She supervises Managers in their work to integrate whole person treatment by providing integrated services: mental health, addiction, problem gambling and physical health maintenance and treatment. Clients who attend David’s Harp are enrolled in services with Cascadia’s mental health program at one of their Health Centers.
Full Spectrum Therapy, Art Therapist
Art therapy services at David’s Harp are provided by a Board Certified Art Therapist from Full Spectrum Therapy, a trans-and-queer owned practice that specializes in providing LGBTQ+ affirming therapy.
Board of Directors
Emily Chow, Board Director, Chair, Nomination and Governance Committee – Emily joined David’s Harp’s Board of Directors in May 2020. Emily works for Seattle Public Utilities leading efforts around People, Culture, and Community. She previously served as the Executive and Board Liaison for Mercy Corps, a global humanitarian aid organization. Her personal experience utilizing mental health services for the last decade has led to her advocating for removing stigmas around mental health. Emily also serves on Portland State University’s Board of Trustees. In her spare time, Emily enjoys the outdoors and discovering new restaurants.
Bryan Hamilton, Vice-Chair – Bryan is a U.S. Navy veteran and recently graduated from Portland State University with his BA, majoring in psychology, concentrating on Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and has over 10 years of leadership experience. He was a research assistant at the Diversity, Allies, Stereotypes, and Health (DASH) Lab, led by Dr. Larry Martinez. He has presented at two research symposiums on topics related to both diversity and leadership. He has also worked within the Greater Portland Metro Area with organizations on topics related to leadership and diversity. He previously served as David’s Harp Program Assistant and joined the board in October 2020. Bryan says, “I am excited to further support the mission and goals of David’s Harp, while gaining new experiences working on it’s Board of Directors and with the community it serves.”
Rianna Morgan, Secretary – Rianna joined the David’s Harp Board of Directors in January of 2022. She is a state-certified Peer Wellness Specialist and former staff member at David’s Harp, where she led groups focused on drumming, gardening, art, and other outdoor activities. Rianna has the lived experience of mental health challenges and strongly believes in David’s Harp’s mission of providing a peer-supported community center that facilitates relationship and social skill building to increasing members’ quality of life and independence. She currently works for Cascadia Health’s Population Health Team as a data analyst. In her free time, Rianna enjoys many activities including knitting, yarn-spinning, weight lifting, drawing, playing music, and genealogy.
Trey PetersonWood, Treasurer – Trey joined David’s Harp’s board of directors in January 2022. He currently works at RVK Inc, an investment consulting company in Portland. Trey attended Linfield University, formerly Linfield College, and earned a degree in Finance with a sports management minor. Trey enjoys giving back to the community through volunteer work and plans to apply his background in finance and investments to help ensure financial stability for individuals and organizations that support and uplift the local community. In his freetime, Trey enjoys being outdoors, playing and watching sports, and visiting new wineries and breweries.
Stacy Lange – Stacy joined David’s Harp’s board of directors in January 2006. She is currently in private psychotherapy practice. Stacy is interested in advocating for those who have less of a voice regarding the quality of their lives. She learned of the program from another board member who shared with her the video of current programming. Stacy is passionate about the work of David’s Harp and assisting the most underserved populations.
Tanner Earhart – Tanner joined David’s Harp’s board of directors in January 2022. He currently works at Sellwood Consulting, an investment consulting company in Portland. Tanner attended Linfield University in McMinnville, and earned his degree in Finance with minors in Mathematics and Psychology. Tanner plans to apply his background to further David’s Harp’s mission and positively contribute to the local community.
Jinxiu (Rachel) Mei – Rachel joined David’s Harp’s board of directors in January 2022. She currently works at RVK Inc, an investment consulting company based in Portland. Rachel graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Finance. In her free time she likes to paint, hike, and keep up with TV shows.
Kathy Love – Kathy Love holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She has worked as a speech language pathologist in various school settings, a habilitation specialist for adults with developmental disabilities in their workplace, paraeducator, and manager for a group home for adults with mental illnesses. Kathy is a member of Parkrose United Methodist Church and serves as the liaison between David’s Harp and the church.
Rondeja Bellamy – Rondeja Bellamy is currently a graduate student working towards her Master’s in Social Work at Portland State University. She is hoping to start a career in medical social work after graduating. Rondeja is originally from Southern California and volunteered at David’s Harp for several years after first moving to Portland.