Rose has a history of advocating for those with little or no voice. As Director of the Caring Closet for Tigard-Tualatin School District, she worked on the frontlines with hundreds of children and adults each year who needed help to meet their basic needs of food, clothing and shelter. It was from this work within the community the idea of founding and building Family Promise of Tualatin Valley program came to fruition. Born in San Francisco, CA, Rose lived in multiple household settings during the early years of her life, impressing on her the critical need for stability for children and families. She has worked for several local non-profits as both employee and volunteer including Project POOCH, Oregon Humane Society, and Dress for Success and has served on several boards. Her work experience has been in sales management, marketing and fundraising and her degree is in Early Childhood Education. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family including her dog Bodega, a career change dog from Oregon’s Guide Dogs for the Blind program.
Gabrielle (Gaby) is happy to be supporting FPTV as lead case manager. 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.
Assistant Case Manager
Brylee Gnant is delighted to serve children and their families by guiding them towards obtaining shelter and sustainable housing. She comes to FPTV with an open heart and hopes her bright and bubbly spirit will help to foster hope with the guests she works with each day. Her experience working in disability law provides a great basis for offering strong advocacy for our guests. Brylee holds a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and Political Science from Northern Arizona University. Go Lumberjacks!