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Jordan Turel

Jordan Turel has spent the last 11 years working in non-profit management roles serving the Boy Scouts of America, and with a local social service provider, Northwest Family Services (NWFS). Prior to joining Door to Grace, he supported NWFS in building their sex trafficking awareness program beginning in 2014. Following this initial build up, the program reached over 5,000 annually.  As a 5th generation Oregonian, Jordan is committed in impacting this cause and seeing changes happen.

Jordan is a graduate from Gonzaga University and is currently finishing up an MBA in Nonprofit Management at the University of Portland.  In addition, his background includes a 15-year history running a painting contracting company that began while he was an undergraduate student.  Personally, Jordan enjoys exploring and adventuring the area with his three-year-old son.

  • Hometown Portland
  • Favorite Portland Icon The White Stag
  • Role At Door To Grace Executive Director
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Roxanne Weiner

Roxanne graduated from Oregon State University with her Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences. She furthered her education by obtaining her graduate degree from Multnomah University. Roxanne graduated from Multnomah in 2015 with her Master of Arts in Counseling. During her time at Multnomah, Roxanne learned about the devastating truth of human trafficking that was happening right here in Portland, OR. Since moving to Portland, Roxanne has been working at the White Shield Center, which is a non-profit residential treatment center that works with at-risk adolescent youth. Through her time and experience at White Shield she has learned skills on how successful programs run and has solidified her heart for this population of young girls. White Shield also has provided a glimpse into systems such as Department of Human Services and Oregon Youth Authority and how to work in conjunction with them. Roxanne has a deep passion for working with at-risk youth and showing them their value as well as offering a safe space to be a teen. She is excited to join Door to Grace where she can bring her experience from White Shield and drive to advocate for sexually exploited youth.

In her spare time Roxanne enjoys spending time with friends and family going on hikes and loves corgis. She was born and raised in Oregon and actually doesn’t mind the rain.

  • Hometown Salem, OR
  • Favorite Portland Icon Any of the Portland bridges
  • Role At Door To Grace Director of Programs & Case Management
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Taylor Naber

Taylor Naber is a Seattle native with degrees in Biology and Public Health from the University of Washington. After spending one year in South Asia working with International Justice Mission and learning about international human trafficking, she decided to apply what she had learned to the problems of exploited youth in her own cultural context and backyard. She is passionate about anti-human trafficking, international development, poverty alleviation, and public health.
Taylor has experience working in the legal field and has spent time in a lab working on vaccine development for infectious diseases. She enjoys travel to learn about other cultures and exploring the natural wonders of her backyard in the Great PNW.
  • Hometown Seattle, WA
  • Favorite Portland Icon Powell's and the food
  • Role At Door To Grace Executive Director, Seattle
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Dr. Mark O’Hollaren

Dr. Mark O’Hollaren currently serves as President of the Board of Directors for Door to Grace.  He is a native Portlander, and has been a practicing physician in Portland for 30 years.  He currently serves as Professor of Medicine and Vice-President for Strategic Outreach at OHSU.  Dr. O’Hollaren has worked for many years with kids at risk in the Portland area, including working with a member of the Portland police department with middle school children to help prevent involvement in gangs.  He has supported the work at Door to Grace for several years as both a volunteer at the Day Home and as a board member.  He has been married to his wife Colleen for nearly 30 years, and has two children, Sean and Megan.

  • Hometown Portland
  • Favorite Portland Icon The OHSU Tram
  • Role At Door To Grace Board President
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Sally Faddis

Sally’s passion for serving sexually exploited youth was kindled during a DHS internship while at Westmont College and graduate school. Her life journey has included a professional career in human resources management and over 20 years board experience in the education and health care sectors, church and Young Life.  Sally and Dave have been married for 32 years. Together, they have raised Sarah, David and Jonathan.

  • Hometown Phoenix, Arizona
  • Favorite Portland Icon Waterfront Park
  • Role At Door To Grace Board Treasurer & Immediate Past President
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Carolyn Quatier

Carolyn Quatier has been involved in non-profit leadership work for over 12 years, supporting children in need. Bringing faith-based non-profits into the continuum of care for vulnerable children is her passion. Carolyn is a former high school teacher with a degree in Home and Family Life Education. She and her husband own a local building specialties company in Portland, OR and Seattle, WA. She is currently starting Door to Grace in Seattle.

  • Hometown
  • Favorite Portland Icon
  • Role At Door To Grace Advisory Board Member
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Jared Siegel

Jared is a business advisory Principal at Delap, one of the largest local accounting firms in Oregon. His first experience in social entrepreneurship was when Jared helped co-found Forgo, America’s first mobile lifestyle giving technology. He’s passionate about connecting people’s choices with the positive change they want to see in the world. Jared earned both his undergraduate and Master of Business Administration degrees from the University of Oregon. His residency in the northwest was first established as a four year letterman on the University of Oregon football team.

  • Hometown Sacramento, California
  • Favorite Portland Icon White Stag Sign
  • Role At Door To Grace Board Member
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Terri Conlin

Terri earned her degree in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin. Her early career focused on the historic restoration of small Texas towns and the impact of architecture on community life. At Door to Grace, she is interested in creating the character of a healthy home as a healing space for young girls rescued from the slavery of sex trafficking.

  • Hometown New Iberia, Louisiana
  • Favorite Portland Icon Benson Bubblers
  • Role At Door To Grace Board Secretary
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Adrienne Livingston

Adrienne Livingston is from Portland, Oregon.  She received her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, International Business and International Studies from Oregon State University and her Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies from Western Seminary.  She began getting involved in the anti-sex trafficking movement in 2013. In October of 2014, she became the Director of Anti-Sex Trafficking Initiatives with WorldVenture.  Since then she has educated over 3,500 adults and youth on this issue.  You can hear more about this issue on her podcast at justicehopefreedom.com.

  • Hometown Portland, Oregon
  • Favorite Portland Icon Not Portland, but Multnomah Falls
  • Role At Door To Grace Board Member