Off-Campus

Kebbie Green

Kebbie Green


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Kebbie began her journey in the Child Welfare System as a Foster Parent, beginning in 2010.  She and her husband have fostered dozens of children resulting in the adoption of four children through the state of Washington.

Jason Pollock

Jason Pollock


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Jason began his service with the Department of Children Youth and Families in August of 2014. Working out of the Bellevue Office he began as a CFWS social worker. In 2016 he began supervising the CFWS unit as well as the FVS Program. In 2018 the FRS program was brought back to the Bellevue office, which he also supervised.  

Margarita Arocho 

Margarita Arocho 


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Margarita Arocho (Margie) is originally from Puerto Rico and her primary language is Spanish. Margie holds a Professional Language Certificate (certified DSHS Bilingual) and has 27 years of experience working for Children and Family Services under various capacities. Within CA, she has primarily serving CPS and CFWS programs and has been a CFWS/FRS Supervisor for the past 5 years in the Moses Lake office. Margie has also worked for Children's Services in the states of Texas, Montana, Colorado and Washing! ton for the last 15 years.

Jessica Strawn

Jessica Strawn


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Jessica Strawn was born and raised in Glenwood, Washington and has lived in Ellensburg, Washington for the last fifteen years. She began her career with the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration in Ellensburg, Washington as a counseling intern in 1999. After graduating from Central Washington University in 2000 with a Bachelor's degree in sociology and minors in ethnic studies and art history, she attended graduate school at Washington State University. She received her Master of Arts degree in sociology in 2003! with an emphasis on criminology, juvenile delinquency and communities.

Shannon Sullivan

Shannon Sullivan


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Shannon Sullivan was born and raised in Pasco, WA and has always lived in Eastern Washington. Shannon has two children, a 21 year old daughter, Hannah, and a 17 year old son, Ryan. Shannon has been married for 23 years to her husband Kyle. They also have 2 Bern! ese Mountain dogs, Zeke and Winston. Shannon comes to the Alliance with approximately 24 years in social services in the public and private sector. She has a Master's Degree in Social Work from Eastern Washington University and a Bachelor's Degree from Washington State University with a Major in Psychology and Minor in Business.

Natsumi Naito

Natsumi Naito


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Natsumi Naito is a Data Analyst at CEDR currently working on projects related to teacher preparation and teacher workforce outcomes. 

Colleen McGuire

Colleen McGuire


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Colleen comes to the Alliance with many years of CA experience. After obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from George Mason University, Colleen entered the United States Army where she received further training as a therapist and psychometrist.

Wendy Tanner

Wendy Tanner


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Wendy worked for Community Youth Services in Olympia for 16 years, serving in several different capacities, leaving the agency as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer.  She also worked for 4 years for Valley Cities Behavioral Health in Federal Way as a Clinical Services Director.  She has experience serving youth and young adults in the foster care system, runaway and homeless youth, national service programs, employment, crisis response, housing, peer services and co-occurring disorder service delivery.  Wendy’s focus has been to improve service delivery by improving workflo