luke-dorf board of directors

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Jamey mcDonald, chair
Commander, city of tigard police department

Jamey comes to the board from the law enforcement field. His sense of service to the community and draw to help those in need led him to Luke-Dorf. He has lived in Oregon his entire life and loves exploring the outdoors. Jamey can be found camping, hiking, fishing or doing something else outside when not at work. Trail running is his favorite and finding a good muddy trail to run and beautiful view along the way keeps him centered. When not outdoors Jamey will enjoy a good book, probably about early American history, or be working on his 120 year old home.


Debi Mollahan, Vice-Chair
CEO, tigard chamber of commerce

Debi serves as both the Vice Chair of the Luke-Dorf Board of Directors and the Finance Chair. She has served on the Board since 2004. For her this role of service is a great marriage of her faith and business acumen in a role that has community impact.

Debi has been in both high tech and telecommunications in a variety of senior management roles, and served in the U.S. Navy as a Supply Corps Officer. She and her husband live on 5 acres in Sherwood with 3 alpacas, a German Shepherd and some chickens. For fun she likes to backpack, hike, do yoga, snowshoe, and do metal crafting and jewel making.


Dr. David Peaslee, Secretary
Emergency Room Physician, St Vincent’s hospital

Dave has been an emergency medicine physician for thirty years, the last 23 at Providence St Vincent. Caring for mental health patients, primarily in crisis, is a significant part of his practice. His first job in health care was in a psychiatric hospital and he has a passion for the work that Luke Dorf is doing.


Kascadare Causeya, Program Manager, Central City Concern

Kascadare is Program Manager of the Benefits and Entitlements Specialist Team (BEST) and Co-Coordinator of the Medicaid Outreach and Enrollment Team for Central City Concern in Portland, Oregon. He has presented at the National Healthcare for the Homeless Conference on developing, growing and sustaining HCH projects through Benefits Acquisitions, and at the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association Conference on Outreach and Enrollment. Heis a member of the National Association of Disability Examiners and member on SOAR’s Expert Panel. He is a paid advisor on SSI/SSDI applications and quality assurance practices. Kascadare holds an MBA from Aspen University and is a member of the International Honor Society, Delta Epsilon Tau. He holds a BA degree from the University of Washington and was a member to the Husky’s Football team in 1977 (PAC 8 and Rose Bowl Champions) and 1978.

Bob Connell, ret. tsa

Robert Connell has a BS History/Political Science, MBA, MAES, and has been a Board Member of Luke-Dorf since 1994. He is a Retired United States Air Force (Chief Master Sergeant) and is retired from the Transportation Security Agency. Bob feels: “it is a privilege to serve those who need guidance to serve themselves. John F. Kennedy said in his inaugural address: ‘Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.’ He was talking about citizens making an investment in their country. I like to think of my time with Luke-Dorf as an investment. Needless to say, the rewards have exceeded my expectations.”


Chris Kent, it professional, legacy health system

Chris Kent has been a Healthcare IT professional for 26 years and currently works for Legacy Health as a Network Engineer.  Chris is also has Bi-Polar Type I and ADHD which give him a peer’s perspective to add to Board discussions and decisions. 


ken kornelis, Psychologist

Ken’s original college degree was biology, and out of his desire to be in a profession to help others, he went back to school to become a Psychologist. It was a natural fit when he was asked to be on the board of Luke-Dorf. He enjoys the challenge and positive interaction with staff and other board members as Luke-Dorf strives to provide excellent housing and services to those who struggle with mental illness. Ken has three children and enjoys time with friends and family and also aspires to contribute to society with some writing challenges.


Kim Marshall, Executive Director, Project Homeless Connect

Kim brings great passion to the important issue of homelessness. Born and raised in Southern California, Kim moved to Oregon in 2002. She immediately saw a need and found her passion for helping the homeless when she began her work as a volunteer at a local family homeless shelter. She went on to manage the shelter for seven years and in that time launched Project Homeless Connect. Now in its 12th year, Kim has executed 17 events bringing needed resources and services to the homeless. Project Homeless Connect collaborates with over 75 nonprofits, businesses and faith based groups to make this happen. Kim has serves on many Board of Directors over the years. Most notably, nine years with the Domestic Violence Resource Center and six year on the Tigard Chamber of Commerce. She currently sits on the Luke-Dorf Inc Board of Directors, the Tigard Homeless Taskforce, Sherwood Bond Oversight Committee. Kim has a degree in Human Services. She lives in Sherwood with her husband and three kids, they are her joy!

Lynn Boose, NorthStar Clubhouse advisory board chair and liasion

Lynn grew up in Seattle, where he was an avid skier (Senior, PNW Ski Patrol), has a degree from Whitman College, and enjoys sailing on the Salish Sea. Following five years of active duty (Lt.) in the Navy (pre-Vietnam), and an MPH from U. Minnesota, he moved his family to Southern California to start a 30-year career with Kaiser Permanente as a Hospital / Medical Center Administrator. After retiring, he completed a PH.D. at PSU.('93). Lynn then served 23 years as President/CEO for Community Services, Inc. He served for seven years as a Governor appointee on the DHS-OHA Medicaid Long-Term Care Quality & Reimbursement Advisory Council including 18 months as Chair. Lynn operates an In-Home program for his son, who has chronic MH & DD challenges, where he also lives. Lynn gardens ardently (he shares his dahlias with Northstar Clubhouse weekly). Lynn's daughter and son-in-law live in Medford. His two grandsons, one granddaughter (husband an ex-co-captain of Timbers) and a great-granddaughter help Lynn thrive in retirement.


Fletcher nash, Service Coordinator, Just compassion, Peer Advisory Board LIAISon


We are proud of our dedicated multi-disciplinary team of over 280 staff members which includes psychiatrists, licensed mental health clinicians, skills trainers, peer support specialists, nurses, residential counselors, housing specialists, health educators, administrative support and more. 

Senior Leadership
CEO: John Trinh, MBA
CFO: Gino Motl, MBA
Clinical Director: Lindsay Downen, LPC
Clinical Director: Julie Ibrahim, LPC
Development Director: Lisa Gadd-Guillot, MBA
Housing/Operations Director: William Allen
Medical Director: Sarah Roff, MD

Administrative Leadership
Human Resources Manager: Toby Cowell, MBA
Programmer: David L. Sones, MS QMHP 

Outpatient Clinic Leadership
Intake Program Manger: Kessa Williams, LPC
Luke-Dorf East PSRB Manager/Clinical Supervisor: Allie Sheets, LPC
Luke-Dorf West Counseling Services Program Manager: Haven Taylor, LPC, CADCIII

Peer Directed Programs Leadership
Comfort Zone Program Manager: Kayla Perry CPSS, QMHA 
NorthStar Clubhouse Program Manager: Elizabeth Wright
Self-Directed Services Program Manager: Jennifer Gantner

Housing and Housing Support Services Leadership
Bridgeview Program Manager: Valerie Burton, LCSW
Housing TEAM Program Manager: Jeff Burnham
Mental Health Licensed Residential Program Manager: Kimberly Galindo, QMHA

Supplemental Services Leadership
Catering Manager: Ami Daniels 
Pharmacy Program Manager: Robb Grimm RPh.