William Temple House Staff
The Rev. Marianne Allison
Chaplain – Coordinator of Spiritual Care
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Dr. Susan Bettis
Director of Training and Clinical Services
503.226.3021 ext. 1220
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Today, the Internship Program offers 10-12 graduate-level interns an exclusive opportunity to receive excellent supervision, career independence, weekly training and continuing education.
Cliff Johnson, CVA
Volunteer Manager & HR Associate
503.226.3021 ext. 1235
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Cliff has past work experience as a Program Manager, Development Director, Recruiter & Trainer, and Regional Field Coordinator. He is a Certified Volunteer Administrator and has a BA in Communications from Xavier University.
He spends his free time camping, biking, and enjoying all that Oregon has to offer.
Director of the William Temple House Thrift Store
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Judi received a Bachelor of Arts in Business, Clothing and Textiles from Oregon State University, and is an avid gardener, hand weaver, and a master recycler
Director of Finance & Operations
503.226.3021 ext. 1203
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In addition, Pamela co-founded and was managing director of New Moon Productions Theater Company. She has many acting credits in Texas and Oregon, including Queen Gertrude in Hamlet, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Marilla Cuthbert in Anne of Green Gables, and Glinda the Good Witch in Wizard of Oz. Pamela has written several plays and a mystery novel, Death in the Debit Column.
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Carrie is known for her expertise in fundraising, earned income strategies, communications, and program development. Carrie received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Seattle University and continues to attend and present at workshops and seminars related to nonprofit leadership. Carrie is a lifetime Oregonian, and when not connecting people to the nonprofit cause, she is busy gardening, enjoying Oregon’s many hiking trails, and laughing as much as she can.
Director of Development and Marketing
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Carrie Kaufman has over 20 years of program management and resource development experience with community-based organizations, regional partnerships, and statewide coalitions. She is known for her ability to win community support, develop partnerships, and cultivate relationships that increase the capacity of organizations to fulfil their missions. Most recently Carrie served as development manager with Cedar Sinai Park Foundation (CSPF). Prior to transitioning to CSPF she oversaw the development, marketing, and volunteer activities at Jewish Family & Child Service as they undertook the process of consolidating with Cedar Sinai Park. Carrie has been instrumental in integrating JFCS fundraising activities and the volunteer program into CSP.
Her experience in human services includes supporting individuals with cognitive disabilities while at Living Opportunities, Inc.; coordinating the Community Safety Net Program with Oregon’s Depart of Human Services; and providing services to victims of impaired driving cashes as state director of MADD-Hawaii. Other roles include director of development and communications with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon and development positions with Britt Festivals, Salem Art Association, and the Hawaii Theatre Center.
A native Oregonian, Carrie called Hawaii home for 22 years raising her two sons there. Now living back in her hometown, she contributes to the community through volunteer activities including vice chair of the Clackamas County Cultural Coalition, the Lake Oswego Arts Council’s Gallery Without Walls (public art) selection committee, and her neighborhood board. Carrie holds a Bachelor of Arts from Linfield College and nurtures her creative side as a mixed media artist showing her work in galleries throughout the northwest.
Social Services Program Manager
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Kevin relocated to Portland from Florida in 2002, drawn by the area’s natural beauty and collection of Floridian ex-pat friends. As Social Services Program Manager, he works to assure that every client to William Temple House experiences compassion, dignity, respect, and the highest level of service possible. When not at WTH, he spends his time climbing fake rocks in a smelly gym, hiking in alpine forests, and marveling at his amazing nieces and nephews.