Off-Campus

Rooney Anensen

Rooney Anensen


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Rooney is dedicated to assisting foster parents, especially since it relates to her own experiences as a kinship-care provider. She joined DSHS in 1999, and brings years of customer service skills to her administrative assistant position at the Alliance.  She is known for serving internal and external customers with a friendly attitude, and she generously gives her time and financial resources to support projects benefiting clients at work, her church, friends and community.

Nicole Sadow-Hasenberg

Nicole Sadow-Hasenberg


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Nicole Sadow-Hasenberg joined POC in summer of 2017.  She is a health communications professional with extensive experience developing and implementing public health communications and education initiatives. Throughout her career, Nicole has worked in direct service, academia, and local government, all with the goal of enhancing or improving the health of vulnerable populations.

Lisa Sinnett

Lisa Sinnett


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Lisa began her professional social services career in 2000 in Whatcom County at the Birch Bay House, a Crisis Residential Center for At-Risk Youth.  In this position she assisted in developing both the program being offered to the residents and families as well as the training program for staff.

Micah Kurtz

Micah Kurtz


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Micah has worked or trained in child welfare since May 2008, as a family preservation therapist for two years, a CWTAP intern on the Office of Indian Child Welfare in Seattle for two years, and then five years for Children's Administration as a line worker and supervisor in the Kent and King West offices, in Child and Family Welfare Services.