Board Members and Directors

Building a brighter future for our Douglas County foster families.

Meet our Every Child Douglas board members and co-directors.

    • Keri Winn President

Keri was born and raised in Roseburg Oregon. Keri is married to her husband Joseph who are both Insurance producers at Gordon Wood insurance. She serves on several non-profit boards in Douglas county including Aviva health, Roseburg Indian Ed, and ECHO. Keri and her husband have 6 boys. They love spending their time, camping, fishing, hiking, travel anything outdoors, and cooking. Keri and Joseph over the years have fostered several teenage boys. They both are involved in their church at New Life Christian Center.

 

    • Becky Garino Vice President

Becky was born and raised in California, moved to Oregon in 1974, and Roseburg in 1990. She has a nursing degree and began her career in community mental health and substance abuse treatment. She received an Associate of Arts Degree in Social Work and later a Bachelor of Science in Sociology with an emphasis on sociology of the family (1989). Becky is retired from the ODHS-Child Welfare program after 25 years of service. She worked primarily in the child protective services discipline during that time, including implementing the Family Support Team (now addiction recovery team) and 7 years as CPS supervisor. During a year-long job rotation to the training unit, she served as a trainer and implantation specialist for the OR-Kids data system launch. Becky spent her final 3 years at CWP in Foster Certification and Training and Adoptions. Becky served 4 years on the Drug Court Team and Douglas County Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee, and on the board of Douglas C.A.R.E.S. for 7 years.

 

 

 

    • Emily Warren Secretary

Emily is a full-time business administration student through Oregon State University’s e-campus, and a full-time bank employee, pursuing her Bachelor of Science degree with a focus in digital marketing. Her career aspirations are heavily influenced by her experience working with local non-profits in Douglas County and student government organizations at both Umpqua Community College and OSU. Most notably, her leadership and volunteer experience have included positions such as Miss Douglas County 2018, ECHO and Every Child project leader and young adult advocate, 4-H leader, and president pro tempore of the ASOSU senate. These roles have entailed event planning, social media marketing, mentoring, and grassroots organizing. In her free time, Emily loves spending time with her dogs, exploring nature on waterfall hikes, and laughing at her favorite TV show, The Office.

    • Sarah Robinson Treasurer

Sarah is the Branch Manager for the East Roseburg branch of Rogue Credit Union. She is involved with many community organizations and events such as Movies in the Park, Wish Upon A Star, Douglas County Habitat for Humanity, C.A.S.A., Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce Project Leadership, Festival of Lights, Dream Nights at the Zoo, and financial education offered to Douglas County schools. She has previously served as a certified respite care provider for foster families in Coos County, where she lived until 10 years ago. Sarah has a very large family with many brothers and sisters that became a part of her life through her family’s participation in foster and adoptive care. Her hobbies include spending time with her husband and 3 teenagers, singing, and reading.

 

 

 

 

    • Marin Gray

Marin Gray is a senior at Roseburg High School. Marin would like to attend Yale University for undergraduate studies and pursue a career in education. She currently holds the title of Miss Oregon’s Outstanding Teen 2019 and is the originator and director of four community service initiatives. She is a member of student leadership, National Honor Society, and Link Crew at Roseburg High School. Additionally, she is president of RHS Interact Club and president/founder of RHS’ Brain Bowl club. Marin is honored to serve as the project leader for Youth Advocacy and Outreach with ECHO and Every Child.

    • Ryan Jephson

Ryan Neal Jephson (born September 17, 1983) was born in Grants Pass, Oregon and raised in Glendale, Oregon where he attended elementary, junior high, and high school. After his daughter was born in 2002, Ryan attended Umpqua Community College and Southern Oregon University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2007. From that point, Ryan began pursuing his passion for working with youth and families in Douglas County in a variety of community-based settings including public schools, mental health, and intellectual/developmental disability programs.

    • Michele Moore

Michele Moore was born in Canyonville, OR, and raised in rural Days Creek currently living in Roseburg. Currently, Michele is the Social Services Director for The Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians and serves on the Cow Creek Tribal Law Enforcement Commission. She earned her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 1996. Michele worked for several Social Services Agencies in Douglas County prior to employment with the Department of Human Services Child Welfare Program where she worked for over 20 years before employment with the Tribe. Other areas of interest include brain research, historical trauma, Tribal Law, and natural healing. Michele loves to spend time with her children, family, and friends, gardening, upcycling furniture, and participating in outdoor activities such as camping and UTV excursions on the dunes and in the mountains.

    • Jon Nutter

Jon has served for ten years as the Lead Pastor at Hucrest Community Church and is an active member of the Southern Oregon Chaplains Association. He has a Master’s degree in Communication Arts from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministry/Theology from Mid-America Christian University. Jon serves as the Vice-Chair of the Lead Team for Be One Umpqua (the local association of evangelical pastors and ministry leaders), and on the District Council/Governing Board of the Association of Churches of God in Oregon and S.W. Washington.

    • Jan Patton
    • Steve Schenewerk

Pastor, Community Baptist Church, Winston OR 1991-present; Past President /Founding Board Member: Winston Area Community Partnership; Founding Board Member: Winston Community Education Network; Board Member: New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Vice-President, ECHO (Every Child) Douglas County, OR; COMMITTEES: Winston Dillard School District Site Council; WDSD Safety/Security Team; Chair of South Central Oregon Early Learning Hub; Vice-Chair of Douglas County Early Learning Hub; Treasurer, Hope Clinic For Women, Roseburg, OR; Leadership Team: Be One Umpqua; Volunteer Chaplain, Winston Police Department; Tenmile Rural Fire Department; Oregon Governor's Volunteer Award - Outstanding Adult Volunteer, 2010; First Citizen, Winston, OR Chamber of Commerce 2000; President, Northwest Baptist Convention 2011-2013; Doctor of Ministry - 2009 The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY; Master of Divinity - 1987 Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary (aka Gateway Seminary), Ontario CA; BA in Education - 1979, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; Married to Cindy since 1976; 2 children - Senior Master Sergeant Joshua Schenewerk (USAF); Megan Schenewerk Executive Secretary & Mission Support Director, Department of Homeland Security; 2 wonderful granddaughters!

    • Andrea Zielinski

Andrea is the Human Resources Manager at FCC Commercial Furniture. Previously, she was the Community Outreach Coordinator for the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office serving our community for 20 years. Giving back to our community is something Andrea is very passionate about. She serves on the board of directors for ECHO and Every Child, Greater Douglas United Way, Family Development Center, Music on the Half Shell, UCC Strong, and Umpqua Valley Republican Women. She is a senior fellow with the American Leadership Forum of Oregon and a graduate of the Ford Institute Leadership Program. She also volunteers for many community groups including Friends of the Umpqua Valley Police K9 Programs and Douglas County Community Organizations Active in Disasters (DCCOAD). Andrea was elected and currently serves as Roseburg City Councilor representing Ward 2. She has served as the Commission Chair for the City of Roseburg Historic Resource Review and is currently the Commission Chair for the City of Roseburg Library. Her hobbies include spending time with family and friends, driving her dad’s 1968 Camaro, fishing, traveling, and enjoying the beautiful outdoors.

    • Julie Brown Every Child Douglas Co-Director

I was born and raised in Roseburg and live in the house where my father grew up (which we have worked on to upgrade for the last 38 years). From Bailey Veterinary Clinic to the Sherriff’s office to serve as a church secretary for 33 years (2 churches), I now serve as an ECHO Co-Director. I attended UCC but most of my education has come from the school of experience. For six years I served as leader of The Roseburg Chapter of The Compassionate Friends for bereaved parents and taught an adult Sunday School class at my church for over 20 years. I enjoy working with and encouraging people, especially people who volunteer their time. We have 2 goats, 2 cats, 4 large goldfish, and Rudy, Home Depot’s dog mascot. I am the mother of two adult boys, one works for UPS and the other is a loadmaster for the Air Force. I’ve been married to Jim for 39 glorious years.

 

 

 

    • Debbie Horton Every Child Douglas Co-Director

Debbie is a licensed counselor, clinical supervisor, and ordained pastor. Her training and experience include administration of medical clinics, churches & non-profits; business owner/operator for a daycare facility, a real estate company, a healthcare computer service, and a private counseling practice. She has provided direct patient care in nursing and paramedic emergency medicine. Debbie has served on several non-profit boards and volunteered with several community organizations including ECHO and Every Child, NiteLite Prison Ministry, LifeCare Reach Ministries, Southern Oregon Chaplain’s Association, Miss Douglas County Program, Junior Miss Program, Basic Youth Conflicts, Cleansing Stream, and Women’s Aglow. Her hobbies are time with family, golfing, tap dancing, roller skating, writing, and travel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Board meetings are 2nd Tuesdays of the month and are open to the public.
Every Child Douglas is a non-profit organization. EIN 83-1631424.

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Every Child Douglas aims to provide love, care and support for vulnerable children and families in Douglas County.

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