Meet Our Team

Shawn Dailey - Therapeutic Associates Lake Oswego Physical Therapy

Shawn Dailey, PT, DPT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist
  • Certified Golf Fitness Instructor
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Functional Movement Screen Certification
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certification

Shawn Dailey received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Montana and opened Therapeutic Associates L.O. Physical Therapy & Wellness in 2009. He has over a decade of experience in orthopedic sports physical therapy, injury prevention, the biomechanics of efficient athletic movement, and youth through elite athlete performance development. Shawn has worked with athletic organizations from local High Schools to professional and Olympic individuals/teams.

His passion lies in providing the highest quality rehabilitative care, injury prevention, long-term youth development, and research-validated athletic enhancement training. Therapeutic Associates L.O. Physical Therapy utilizes a multi-disciplinary team of professionals, including physical therapists, athletic trainers, massage therapists, Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Practitioners, registered/licensed dietitian, strength and conditioning coaches, and personal trainers. As one of the most diverse teams in Portland and the Northwest, their mission is to provide quality rehabilitation, athletic performance enhancement, and life-long fitness.

Shawn is the community Physical Therapist to the Portland Trail Blazers as a part of the Blazers Health & Performance Team. He is also a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf Fitness Expert and Junior Coach. Shawn is one of only four PTs in the world who were part of the Nike SPARQ Performance Network and continues to work with the Nike Training Network and the Innovation Kitchen. He serves on Advisory Boards for the George Fox University Physical Therapy School and Stafford Hills Athletic Club.

Outside of time in the clinic, Shawn enjoys spending time with his wife KC, son Xander, daughter Shalane, and two golden retrievers. He enjoys sports, including basketball, golf, running, and outdoor sports like hiking, biking, and fly-fishing.

Degrees

  • Graduate: University of Montana, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Certifications/Training

  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
  • American Fascial Distortion Model Association
  • Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) Certified
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Certified
  • American Institute of Manual Physical Therapy (NIOMT)
  • Postural Restoration Institute (PRI)
  • Titleist Professional Institute (TPI) Certified Golf Fitness and Youth Coach
  • K-Vest 3D Golf Swing Analysis Certified
  • Functional Movement Screen (FMS) & Y-Balance Certified
  • Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (ASTYM) Certified
  • Brainy Ex; Certified Brain Coach

Special Interests

  • Manual Therapy
  • Sports Medicine
  • Elite Athletic Wellness
  • Athlete Performance
  • Sports Injury Prevention
  • Long-Term Youth Development
  • Neuro-Rehab & Training
  • Concussion Management
  • Gait & Movement Analysis

Kyla Walish, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Kyla Walish is a Wilsonville, Oregon native who attended Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona for both her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She originally came to TAI Lake Oswego as an intern and has been with the team since the completion of her Doctorate in 2012. Kyla is interested in manual therapy, therapeutic activity, sports and activity rehabilitation, kids’ fitness, and helping people get back to what they enjoy doing.

While in undergrad at NAU, Kyla competed in track and field and was a member of the 2006 Indoor Big Sky Conference Championship team. As an avid runner, she is an advocate for active living and injury prevention for all ages.

She stays active and enjoys running, biking, reading, hiking, gardening, and working on her house. She also enjoys cooking and spending time with her husband Bobby and her family.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: Northern Arizona University, Bachelor of Science
  • Graduate: Northern Arizona University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Certifications/Training

  • The North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT)
  • Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy

Special Interests

  • Manual Therapy
  • Sports Medicine
  • Fitness for life
  • Foot and ankle
  • Working with youth programs

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Fleetwood Mac

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
I love to watch track and field and play track and field

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Tacos

What is your Starbucks order?
Decaf Mocha (with whipped cream)

Bren Schmidt - L.O. Physical Therapy

Bren Schmidt, PT, MPT

Physical Therapist

Bren is originally from Norman, Oklahoma, where he attended the University of Oklahoma (OU) for both his undergraduate degree and graduate degree of Masters of Physical Therapy. Bren grew up playing in competitive soccer leagues, running, hiking, going on backpacking trips, and attending Sooners football games. While attending OU, Bren was a rock climbing instructor during the school year and spent his summers as a backpacking guide in the Sangre de Cristos mountains in New Mexico. Bren has a great love for travel and took the opportunity to study abroad in Chile where during his free time he climbed numerous mountain ranges including parts of the Peruvian Andes and Northern Patagonia. Bren’s passion for sports/manual therapy grew during PT school where he worked with a range of athletes including the OU School of Performing Arts, the Oklahoma City Ballet, OU collegiate athletes and volunteered with the Special Olympics. Because of this love for the outdoors, upon graduation, Bren quickly found a position at a clinic in Bend, Oregon.

Since then he has held positions in multiple other parts of Oregon including Klamath Falls and Ashland, where he met his wife. Then nearly 6 years ago Bren moved to the Rocky Mountains where he briefly took a position at the Keystone Ski Resort as part of their Mountain Safety Team then worked in Fort Collins, CO in a PT clinic for the last 5 years treating a wide verity of patients and injuries. While in Colorado Bren enrolled the Manual Therapy Institute to pursue his Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist accreditation. Bren and his wife now love doing anything outdoors in the PNW, going to breweries and restaurants, playing with their dogs, running, SUP boarding, and traveling.

Bren now has 8+ years of PT experience providing evidence-based patient centered care utilizing a wide variety of techniques and skills that help restore function and movement to patients so they can return to their passions.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: University of Oklahoma, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
  • Graduate: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Masters of Physical Therapy

Certifications/Training

  • Manual Therapy Institute: working towards Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT)
  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) Certified
  • Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) levels A and B Certified
  • Mulligan Technique
  • Movement Impairment Syndromes
  • International Spine and Pain Institute: Mobilization of the Neural System

Special Interests

  • Orthopedic Manual Therapy
  • Movement Impairment Syndromes
  • Sport injury prevention
  • Running analysis and treatment
  • General Health and Wellness

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Cage the Elephant, Zac Brown Band, Michael Franti and Spearhead, tons more.

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
Watch: College Football Play: Soccer

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Anything smothered in Green Chile!

What is your Starbucks order?
Americano with dash of cinnamon powder on top.

Joanna Chad - Lake Oswego Physical Therapy

Joanna Chadd, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Joanna Chadd is a native Oregonian, growing up in Corvallis, Oregon. She spent her undergrad at Eastern Washington University, majoring in Exercise Science. Joanna played basketball for EWU, which helped develop her desire and focus of pursuing a career that helped clients of all backgrounds reach optimum health, wellness, and wholeness.

Following her time at EWU, she visited Hawaii for the first time and found a new passion: surfing. It is the sport, culture, and practice that allowed her to begin finding a balance between Division 1 traditional athletics and meditative art that is often amiss in rehabilitative medicine. Since then, Joanna has combined her experience and background in research, exercise science, sport psychology, strength and conditioning, and physical therapy to truly meet each client where they are at on their journey.

In her free time, you can find her surfing when conditions are right, playing outside (climbing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, etc.), playing her guitar, reading, volunteering her time at surf camps for underprivileged youth, or spending quality time with family and friends.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: Eastern Washington University, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
  • Graduate: Pacific University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Certifications/Training

  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Special Interests

  • Return to Sport in traditional sport athletes (basketball, football, soccer, etc) and non-traditional sport athletes (surfers, skateboarders, snowboarders, climbers, kayakers, etc)
  • Restoring Functional Movement
  • Injury Prevention
  • Comprehensive and Collaborative Health & Wellness Plans pre- and post-injury
  • Injuries common for the female athlete

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Acoustic, pop, country, EDM, hip-hop, classical, really depends on my mood. Love pretty much all types of music.

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
Basketball and Surfing are my favorite sports to watch and play.

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Tacos. They are so versatile. You can add so much flavor, meat or veggies, etc.

What is your Starbucks order?
Americano with steamed almond milk

Jason Vaughn - Lake Oswego Physical Therapy

Jason Vaughn, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist
Cathy Sloan - Beaverton Physical Therapy

Cathy Sloan, PT, MSPT

Physical Therapist

Cathy is a Portland, Oregon native who graduated from St. Lawrence University majoring in Fine Arts with a Pre-medicine minor. After working as a Physical Therapy Aide at Therapeutic Associates during her college years she discovered that Physical Therapy was a perfect fit for her. Cathy went on to receive her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Pacific University. Since graduation she has been practicing with Therapeutic Associates for over two decades.

She is dedicated to patient care and maximizing the function of patients of all conditions and levels of interests. Providing the highest quality of individualized rehabilitation and educated treatment for her patients for optimal results in reaching their goals is her passion.

Cathy grew up playing soccer, downhill ski racing, playing basketball, playing baseball/softball, swimming, hiking, and traveling. She has always loved being active, social, learning, and experiencing the world around her. She feels fortunate to have a wonderful husband of 25 years and two amazing sons along with an awesome extended family and fantastic friends that she enjoys spending time with.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: St. Lawrence University, Bachelor of Art
  • Graduate: Pacific University, Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Certifications/Training

  • The North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT)
  • Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (Astym)
  • Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy
  • Muscle Energy

Special Interests

  • Orthopedic Manual Therapy
  • Return to sport for all levels of athletes
  • Injury prevention
  • Fitness for life
  • Restoring functional movement
  • General health & wellness

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Depends on the activity and mood…Classic/Soft/Lite Rock, Today’s Adult Hits, Today’s Country, Yacht Rock, Reggae Radio… and many more… love music all of the time!

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
Favorite Sport to watch: Play offs of any sort/Olympics! Love the energy and competition!!!
Favorite Sport to play: Skiing, running, hiking and paddle boarding

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Green Chili Enchiladas

What is your Starbucks order?
Grande Soy Latte

Kyle Newton

Physical Therapy Aide | Personal Trainer

Kyle Newton grew up in Manhattan Beach, California and landed in Portland via Austin, Texas. He attended Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and is currently a student pursuing his PTA degree. He is passionate about sports and has experience playing football, rugby, basketball, baseball, soccer, and both indoor and beach volleyball. His hobbies include fly fishing, hiking, watching and playing sports, and spending time with friends and family. Hopefully he can instill this healthy love of sports to enthusiasts of all ages.

Certifications

  • KIEP
  • Brainy-ex
  • Pursuing: PTA degree + FMS certification

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Depends! If I’m working out, Rap. Strength Training or On to the next One. If I’m just relaxing, then Bad Company or Jason Aldean.

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
Favorite sport to watch, no doubt football. To play is doubles beach volleyball.

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life what would it be and why?
Pizza. I could eat pizza every day!

What is your Starbucks order?
Grande Mocha Frappuccino no Whip

DeDe Lamont, LMT #7609

Licensed Massage Therapist

DeDe Lamont’s background in fitness training has helped to mold her work as a massage therapist into a unique style of her own. She carefully assesses each client to determine where a muscular imbalance may exist, which in turn may be causing pain. Whether it is the weakness of a particular muscle, a postural problem, or a muscle spasm, DeDe strives first to uncover the cause of the pain. Then through massage, she works to normalize the soft tissue, improve flexibility, and restore proper movement patterns. Her final step, as a fitness trainer, is to provide strength and conditioning exercises to help guide the person to optimal physical health.

DeDe’s special areas of interest and expertise are deep-tissue massage, chronic pain management, injury rehabilitation, relaxation massage, strength training, flexibility training, cardiovascular exercise advice, and sport-specific massage and exercise programs.

Education:

  • Bachelor of Science, Baylor University, 1992
  • Certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine since 1997
  • Graduate of East West College of Healing Arts, 1999
  • Continuing Education by the Rolf Institute

Eliza Werth-Davis, MA, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist

Eliza grew up in Portland and is a graduate of Jesuit High School. She attended UCLA on a full scholarship for swimming & then attended the University of Hawaii, finishing out her swimming career and obtaining her BA in Sociology. Her most exciting personal sport achievement was attending the Olympic Training facility in Colorado Springs for a National Camp with the top 20 USA female swimmers when she was 16 years old & qualifying for the Olympic Trials.

She married her best friend and college love, Brenton, who played volleyball at UH and then played on the pro-circuit. His career allowed for travel to Europe, Hermosa Beach, & Las Vegas, where Eliza finished out her Master’s Degree in Counseling and practiced with Girls & Boys Town as an in-home therapist.

When TAI Lake Oswego opened in 2009, Eliza jumped at the opportunity for an interview & to move back to Portland. She moved back in 2009 and has been with the company since Lake Oswego opened its doors.

She now resides in Lake Oswego with her husband and 2 sons, Liam & River. She enjoys camping, traveling, spending time with her family, and an occasional glass of wine!

Michelle Tegenkamp, MS, LD

Nutritional Specialist
  • Registered Dietitian

Michelle received her B.S. degree in Dietetics and a B.S. degree in Kinesiology at Michigan State University. She then went on to complete her Master’s degree in Nutritional Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her dietetic internship at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics.

Before starting Active Nutrition LLC, Michelle’s graduate research focused on body composition and hydration measurements of collegiate-level athletes. Michelle presented lectures on sports nutrition for an introductory nutrition class and a high school cross country camp for several years. Upon completion of her degree, she interned with Athletes’ Performance, where amateur and professional athletes have individual nutrition plans developed based on body composition and performance goals.

As an athlete, Michelle competed in basketball, softball, volleyball, and track in high school and went on to compete in track and field and cross country at Michigan State University. There, she was a two-time All American, Big Ten Champion, three-time Academic All American, and in 2003 was awarded the George Alderton Female Athlete of the Year award. Michelle also represented Canada at 3 World Cross Country Championships.

Personally, Michelle enjoys staying active through running, cycling, swimming, and group exercise classes. She is married to 2008 US Olympian Matt Tegenkamp, who continues to compete in Track and Field. She enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with her friends, family, and 2 dogs, Bosch and Bailey.

Spencer Kaufman - Lake Oswego

Spencer Kaufman

Physical Therapy Aide | Personal Trainer

Spencer Kaufman was born and raised in Salem, Oregon. He has participated in many different sports and physical activities such as Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Baseball, Wrestling, Cross Country, Track (Javelin, Pole Vault, 3000M). He attended Oregon State University originally for engineering but after a year of school he joined the Army National Guard. After his training was done he came back to Oregon State and switched his major to Exercise and Sports Science with a pre-Physical therapy option.

After he changed his major he took a personal training preparation class through the university’s recreation facility and was asked to join their team. Soon after joining he took his ACE personal training exam and became a certified personal trainer in 2012. He started personal training and then started teaching group fitness classes, Sports Conditioning and Beaver Bootcamp which combined and became Oregon State’s Dam Fit small group training. Being passionate about physical therapy he took the Kinetic Integrated Exercise Professional (KIEP) course and was asked to be a trainer for them. Through the KIEP training he was able to work with many different populations of injuries and dysfunctions. After a few years he became the supervisor and was allowed to teach the KIEP certification class to other professionals.

In his off time he enjoys weightlifting, running, cycling, backpacking, skiing, snowboarding, hunting, fishing, mushroom hunting, kayaking and other activities depending on the season.

Degree:

  • Undergraduate: Oregon State University, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

Certifications/Training:

  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – 2017
  • ACE CPT – 2012
  • Kinetic Integrated Exercise Professional (KIEP) – 2013
  • AQx – 2014
  • ViPR Lv 1 – 2014
  • Modern Army Combative Lv 1 – 2010

Special Interests:

  • Athletic Development
  • Movement Dysfunctions
  • Strength Training
  • Wellness
  • Postural Deviations

Q&A:

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Heavy Metal

What is your favorite sport to watch? To Play?
Watch football, “Play” Snowboarding/Skiing

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life what would it be and why?
Burritos because there are many combinations including one for breakfast and dinner

What is your Starbucks order?
Something with caramel and caffeine

Sasha Scamarone - L.O. Physical Therapy

Alexandra "Sasha" Scamarone

Licensed Acupuncturist*

Alexandra “Sasha” Scamarone is a board-certified acupuncturist licensed in the state of Oregon. Sasha spent her early days in North Carolina, where she ran cross-country and track in high school and later took up yoga, biking, and salsa dancing. Physical activity has always brought her great joy and she is passionate about helping people regain and optimize their function and health with acupuncture and other Chinese medicine therapies.

Sasha completed a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine at the National University of Natural Medicine in 2012, graduating with Honors in Research. In her clinical practice, she strives to integrate evidence-based acupuncture research with traditional Chinese medicine therapies. Sasha has five years of clinical experience and has treated patients in a variety of clinical settings. Most recently, she has practiced in a group acupuncture clinic and at an integrated primary care clinic. Sasha has worked alongside primary care providers, chiropractors, and other healthcare providers, and is a strong proponent of an integrative approach to healthcare. She currently sees patients at Therapeutic Associates Lake Oswego and at an integrative urgent care clinic in Portland focused on injury rehabilitation. Sasha is fluent in Spanish and French. Outside of work, you will find her spending time in nature, cooking, or salsa dancing with her husband and son.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, B.A. (Bachelor of Arts in Romance Languages, 1999)
  • Graduate: National University of Natural Medicine, MSOM (Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, 2012)

Certifications

  • Licensed Acupuncturist: Licensed with the Oregon Medical Board
  • Diplomate of Acupuncture: NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine)

Special Interests

  • Acute and chronic pain management
  • Injury rehab and sports injury prevention
  • Neurological disorders
  • Women’s health disorders
  • Digestive disorders

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Worldbeat Radio and African Radio.

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
I like to watch the World Cup soccer games. I enjoy practicing yoga, salsa dancing, and taking brisk nature walks.

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Tie between homemade Peruvian empanadas and ceviche.

What is your Starbucks order?
Short dark roast with light cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

*Associate Provider

Zach Cummings - Lake Oswego Physical Therapy

Zach Cummings

Exercise Specialist

Ariana Pumpelly

Exercise Specialist

Ariana Pumpelly grew up in Tualatin, Oregon. She thoroughly enjoys the Oregon outdoors. She grew up camping, hiking, and always being active with her family. Ariana has played sports competitively her entire life. She attended Gonzaga University where she played Division 1 soccer all four years and got her degree in Kinesiology and Physical Education with a fitness concentration. Being an active person throughout her entire life and studying human movement, she found that it is important to live a healthy lifestyle. In her free time, she enjoys working out, hiking, and camping with her family and dogs.

She looks forward to helping patients reach their goals, whether that be in rehabbing an injury or reaching their fitness goals.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: Gonzaga University, Bachelor of Education in Kinesiology & Physical Education with a fitness concentration

Certifications/Training

  • Applied Functional Science (CAFS)

Special Interests

  • Athletic Development
  • Overall health & wellness
  • Soccer
  • Nutrition

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
It definitely depends on what I am feeling but I love country, todays hip hop and indie pop station.

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
I love to watch the summer Olympics and my favorite sport to play is soccer.

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Mama’s beef burrito from Cha Cha Cha Taqueria.

What is your Starbucks order?
Almond milk latte with honey and a dash of cinnamon

Stacy Parsons - Lake Oswego Physical Therapy

Stacy Parsons

Clinic Administrator

Stacy is a Portland native. She has always been passionate about health, fitness and wellness. Growing up, she played soccer and trained in ballet. She participated in soccer, track and cheerleading at Grant High School in NE Portland.

She went to college at University of Oregon and graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Public Relations. Stacy has always loved teaching and fitness so she became a Certified Personal Trainer in 2007 and has spent many years helping people achieve their functional goals. She has worked in the medical field since 2009 as a Rehab Assistant and Office Manager.

Stacy spends her free time working on house projects, gardening and enjoying the great outdoors with her husband and daughter.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Public Relations

Certifications

  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer
  • NASM Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist
  • NASM Certified Sports Performance Specialist

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Anything I can dance to.

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
Love to watch college football and play soccer.

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Pizza. It is good at any meal and there are tons of variety.

What is your Starbucks order?
Tall Americano with a little cream

Emily Heinze - Lake Oswego

Emily Heinze

Administrative Coordinator

Emily was born and raised in Oregon. Health and fitness has always been an avid part of her life. Growing up with very active parents, her childhood was full of hiking, backpacking, many sports some including basketball, soccer, and running. She attended Pacific University and ran for them as well, wanting to study to become a physical therapist but found her calling to be a nurse instead. Working part time and going to school she is working on her degree for nursing. She has become a certified CNA (certified nursing assistant) and plans to hopefully work as a surgical nurse in the ER. Emily still enjoys being active, making it a part of her daily life and likes helping people in which ever way she can.

Certifications:

  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Special Interests:

  • Running
  • Weight Lifting
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Medical Field

Q&A:

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
I enjoy listening to Chevelle radio, especially when working out.

What is your favorite sport to watch? To Play?
I love watching football and basketball as well as playing both. They’re both fantastic.

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life what would it be and why?
It would have to be any Italian food. I love pasta and bread.

What is your Starbucks order?
Skinny vanilla or hazelnut latte.

Teryan Lund

Administrative Coordinator

Teryan Lund grew up in Oregon City and just recently moved to Molalla, Oregon. When she was in middle school, she played several sports including softball, soccer, volleyball, events in track and field, and even participated in the dance team one year. Volleyball became her passion and whole life as she entered high school and she began coaching her freshman year of college. She still coaches club volleyball at North Pacific Juniors Volleyball Club in Salem and occasionally coaches high school volleyball.

In 2017, Teryan graduated from Willamette University where she studied Exercise Science and Biology. While going to school, she volunteered at the Providence Milwaukie Hospital and worked a total of three jobs. Since graduation, she has been coaching two volleyball teams in Salem and settling down into married life with her husband and two pups.

Outside of work, she loves spending time with friends and her husband playing board games or frequenting favorite restaurants around the Portland Metro area.

Degrees

  • Undergraduate: Willamette University, Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science

Special Interests

  • Medical Advancements (primarily in pediatrics)
  • Coaching Volleyball
  • Coffee

Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Papa Roach Radio

What is your favorite Sport to watch? To Play?
Volleyball!

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Macaroni and Cheese! I love mac and cheese so much. We always have at least one box in the house! I have always loved mac and cheese and don’t really have a good reason why.

What is your Starbucks order?
It varies from day to day, but you can never go wrong with a Grande iced caramel macchiato, stirred with extra caramel!