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Our Team

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Lanndhese Talice

Executive Director

Lanndhese has 9 years of experience working with disadvantaged populations experiencing homelessness and those living with complex behavioral health challenges. With skills in non-profit management, community organizing, fiscal and grant management, outreach, and relationship building we are honored to have her a part of our Chapter. She is a strong advocate for the underserved and is passionate about advancing the health and well-being of those in need.

Connie Hasan

Case Manager

FPGWC Case Manager working with families in our shelter program, as well as our HCMS and RRH families She holds a Bachelor's degree in Social Science and Psychology with an emphasis on children and families; and a Master's degree in Education: Curriculum and Instruction She has more than 30 years of teaching experience, and a combined 9 years of case management experience - specializing in intervention, program development, curriculum design, and lesson design

She is a mom to 8, and Mimi to 6 She enjoys hiking, camping, kayaking, and traveling the World. She is an Oregon native but has lived in California, Texas, Egypt, Kuwait, and briefly in Malaysia

Connie Hasan

Bodo Marzineck

Rapid Rehousing Case Manager

Fun Facts about me: I was born and raised in Oregon. I served in the US Army. I previously worked in the legal field and indigent defense, with the Oregon Judicial Department and Department of Child Welfare. I come to FPGWC after two years of working on community integration for people with severe and persistent mental illness. I live with my only child in Hillsboro, enjoy cooking and shooting hoops, and have been an avid Portland Trailblazers fan since 1971, seldom missing a radio broadcast.


Shaely Kroeker

Assistant Case Manager

After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language studies which focused on rehabilitation counseling, Shaely Kroeker works with Family Promise of Greater Washington County (FPGWC). She injects empathy and encouragement in every aspect of work to better support families facing homelessness to find a sustainable living situation.  In all her aspirations the focus has been wanting to support people in her community to create positive change. Family Promise was a perfect fit. She has worked with us for 2 years, and during that time she has worn many different hats including volunteer coordinator,  data specialist, donations manager, and more.


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