Meet the Team
Kimberley graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2012. She has worked, primarily, as an adoption worker and behavior modification specialist. It was through her work as an adoption worker that her passion to change the narrative of children in care was developed. Kimberley has dedicated her life to helping children beat the odds and maintain and/or find their hope. She became a foster parent in 2013 when a child she mentored asked her to consider doing so. Her foster child has since aged out, and Kimberley continues to be actively involved in their life. Kimberley is dedicated to changing the narrative of the children in care.
She loves serving and representing families and bringing growing up families together.
Kimberley lives in Vancouver, Washington with her son, three cats and golden retriever lab mix.
Kimberley enjoys horseback riding, with her son, baking and decorating cakes, gardening, reading, and experiencing life with her children. “One of the greatest gifts we can receive, as adults, is the invitation to experience the world as children see it.”
Kimlyn graduated from Northwest Christian University in 2011 with a Masters in Business Administration. She left the for-profit business world to manage a non-profit adoption agency and
discovered her passion. Since being introduced to the adoption world she has redirected her career path and dedicated her life to changing the outcomes for children in foster care through adoption, and committed support for children who age out of the foster care system without being adopted. In her spare time she spends time with her extended family and volunteering with other non-profit organizations. She currently resides in the Springfield area with her husband Bill, her dad John, Bubba
the dogger, and Clarence kitty.
Longtime resident of the Pacific Northwest, Tristan currently resides with his wife, Rachel and daughter, Harper in Portland, Oregon. A graduate of Seattle Pacific University and Washington State University, Tristan currently works in Talent Acquisition within the Healthcare industry. Tristan enjoys traveling, rock climbing, hiking, and gardening.
Rosalind Trotter has been working in the adoption industry for over 25 years. She has worked for the Department of Human Services serving children in many capacities. Most recently Rosalind has worked as an adoption worker in the Eugene/Springfield area.
Rosalind enjoys writing, traveling, and spending time with her family and especially her grandchildren.
Ann has spent many years working and volunteering in the
non-profit sector. She strongly believes in the need for permanency and stability for children in our society. Ann has a strong background and experience in fundraising, team building, and networking.
In her spare time Ann enjoys gardening, hiking, and spending time with her rescued cat Grace.