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FPTV Staff

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ROSE MONEY (she/her)

Executive Director

Rose is a dedicated advocate with a history of working with homeless students and their families. As Director of the Caring Closet for the Tigard-Tualatin School District, she worked on the frontlines with hundreds of children and adults each year to address their basic needs of food, clothing, and shelter. After hearing directly from families about the lack of local family shelter options, she identified Family Promise as a viable model and worked for several years to build community support and funding to open Family Promise of Tualatin Valley. Today, Rose serves as the founding Executive Director of FPTV, through which she leads organizational strategy, advocates for equitable policies at the local and state levels, develops new partnerships, and sits on the Washington County Continuum of Care (CoC) Board. Born in San Francisco, CA, Rose lived in multiple household settings during her early years, impressing on her the critical nature of stability for children and families. Prior to FPTV, she worked with several local non-profits as an employee, volunteer, and/or board member, including Project POOCH, the Oregon Humane Society, and Dress for Success. Her work experience lies in sales management, marketing, and fundraising. In her spare time, Rose enjoys spending time with her family including her dog, a career change dog from Oregon’s Guide Dogs for the Blind program. 



Director of Client Services

Gabrielle (Gaby) is happy to be supporting FPTV as Director of Client Services. She and her husband relocated to Oregon from California. In California, she practiced as a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate where she worked with families, children, adolescents, and young adults with trauma, drug use, homelessness, criminal involvement, and immigration trauma. She also partnered with Alameda County, to pilot a youth intervention diversion program on school campuses throughout the tri-valley area. She received her Masters in Counseling Psychology from University of San Francisco. Gaby, her husband and their Australian Shepherd thoroughly enjoy the beautiful hikes that Oregon has to offer.



Program Manager

Mayra brings her experience in supporting families in need through her work history and volunteer experience. Mayra has a B.A. in Psychology and previously did case work for pregnant and parenting teens and worked with children in the foster care system. In her free time, she also spearheaded a weekend food backpack program at a local elementary school. Mayra enjoys spending time with her family and dog, is active in her church and loves the outdoors. She is passionate about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and chairs FPTV's Cultural Humility Committee.

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Program Manager

Tim is grateful to be a Case Manager with the FPTV team, through which he manages FPTV's St. Anthony's Program. He believes that a solid foundation with wrap around support is essential to the success of any individual or family in our community. In addition to his Nursery Management, Tim has extensive experience navigating the various agencies responsible for Citizenship and Immigration proceedings. Tim holds a B.A. in History and B.A. Spanish from the State University of New York at New Paltz. Tim, his two goats, and his dog enjoy daily walks in the PNW wilderness.



Initial Response Specialist

Blanca is excited to join FPTV and serve FPTV's guests. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in social work from Warner Pacific University. Throughout her college career, Blanca interned at Northwest Family Services, through which she gained key skills and experiences to prepare her for her role at FPTV. She had the opportunity to work with high school and middle school-aged students, parents, and school districts. Blanca also worked at the Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter. Her role there made her realize her passion for offering support, resources, hope, and a voice to those who are suffering from homelessness or are at risk of homelessness. Sharing hope for a better tomorrow motivates her to continue to grow in her professional and personal life. Blanca was raised in Oregon and loves to dance, go to concerts, and spend time in nature with her two dogs.


JILL LEVIN (she/her)

Rapid Rehousing Case Manager

Jill and her family have moved around the country for almost 20 years, but always felt a pull to come back to Oregon. Her work life has encompassed everything from sales to teaching. For the past several years, she served as a CASA advocate for foster children and families in Clackamas County. In addition, she spent the last few years volunteering alongside her son for the Young Men Service League of Lake Oswego. She earned her bachelors degree in Communications from Oregon State University with a minor in Sociology. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with my family in the beautiful NW, traveling the country watching her son play soccer, and hanging with her two rescue dogs. 


Renee Rosal (she/her)

Rapid Rehousing Case Manager

Renee is a native Oregonian with her BA in Social Work. She works with all program guests through a strengths-based lens, gaining awareness and understanding through a trauma informed approach. She’s passionate about meeting individual’s where they are while offering encouragement and empathy along the way which serves her well in rapidly rehousing program guests. In Renee’s spare time, she enjoys gardening and drinking tea.

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HCMS Case Manager

Giulia thrives in a compassionate, professional environment and her role as HCMS Case Manager is the perfect fit. She relocated to Oregon from Italy, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and furthered her studies toward a MA in Art Therapy. In Italy, she worked as a Case Manager in a rehabilitative clinic for women with mental health and substance use disorders. Her passion is helping people achieve their highest quality of life. Giulia spends her time outside of work with her young family, two alpacas, three sheep, and lots of chickens. She loves making art, gardening, and walking in nature.


SARAH ROGOFF (she/her)

Case Manager

Sarah brings her passion and experience working with underserved populations including individuals who have legal history, survivors of domestic violence, and substance use disorders to the FPTV team. Sarah relocated from California where she earned her B.A. in Psychology and is currently finishing her M.A in Counseling. She views all individuals she works with through a systemic lens, specifically gaining awareness and understanding through a trauma informed approach. Sarah believes this therapeutic approach allows her to meet the individual where they are while fostering an empathetic and patient environment while helping guests move forward to rehousing. During her free time, she enjoys going to the farmers market, reading, spending time with her family and two dogs. 

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ALICIA EATON (she/her)

HCMS Case Manager

Alicia relocated to Oregon in 2017. She comes to FPTV with experience in housing navigation and a passion for helping others, due to her own lived experience. She knows how it feels to seek support during difficult times and brings a compassionate approach to her work with families each day. Alicia, her husband, and their three kids spend their free time exploring the Pacific NW from the mountains to the beaches to everywhere in between. Their beautiful “fur baby” is never far behind and always up for a challenge!



Assistant Case Manager

As a native Oregonian, Iris has a passion for social work and graduated with a bachelors degree in Family and Human Services from the University of Oregon. She is currently enrolled in a master's in social work program aspiring to bring her experience working with houseless individuals and her education together to practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Iris enjoys traveling, hiking, spending time with her two cats, gardening, cooking and meeting new people.



Office Manager & Donations Coordinator 

Dannica is happy to join the FPTV team and further their mission. After living across the US and abroad, she has made her home in Oregon with her two cattle dog mixes and three cats.  She has worked with older adults in the community, linking them to local resources while helping them learn to use technology to stay connected to friends and family. Dannica holds a Global Masters in International Relations from Webster University and a Bachelors in Social Work from Missouri State. She’s excited to work with all the great volunteers at Family Promise of Tualatin Valley!



Fund Development Manager

Elise was a founding board member of FPTV and is thrilled to be working as a staff member. She previously worked at Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, supporting their shared housing program and holds dual degrees in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Michigan. In her spare time, Elise hangs out with her kids, her dog Charlotte and is a member of the Oregon Repertory Singers.


LISA FU (she/her)

Bookkeeper and Finance

Lisa joined the Family Promise team in May of 2020 and brings a special blend of responsibility, organization, and levity to her job as bookkeeper. She holds a PharmD degree and has an accounting certification. Lisa and her husband, Albert, have lived in Oregon since 2004 and have three grown children and two little dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling, writing, and working out.


Gina Olson (she/her)

Engagement Coordinator 

Gina grew up in the rural south where being neighborly was a way of life. Family Promise of Tualatin Valley has afforded her another opportunity to practice this heritage of kindness, hospitality, and generosity. She is thankful to use her extensive experience with volunteer coordination and development in her position as the FPTV Engagement Coordinator. Gina is a FPTV founding board member and strongly believes in the community wide approach that Family Promise offers to combat the complex issue of homelessness. She has a bachelor’s degree in business management with a minor in accounting from Northeast Louisiana University. She is the mother of three and enjoys gardening and travel.

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