Joining: Ryan Carrillo, M.S.
Ryan Carrillo joined SWACH in August as the Communications Manager, working to promote the organization’s efforts to related partners and the community at large. Prior to joining SWACH, Ryan worked in higher education marketing and communications, most recently at Portland State University’s College of Education. Ryan’s expertise is in copywriting, strategic and organizational communication, digital marketing, user experience, and journalism.
“I am proud to be joining SWACH. I strongly believe in the innovative and life-changing work of our team and partners. I look forward to telling the stories about how this work is impacting our community, and furthering our reach.”
Ryan earned a Master of Arts in Technical Communication from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication and Journalism from the University of Utah.
Departing: Jim Jensen
Jim Jensen, Manager of Collaboration and Learning, has left SWACH for a position at Beacon Health Options. In his time with SWACH, Jim started and provided support for the Clark County Opioid Taskforce and many other Opioid Crisis Response Efforts. He also supported other cross-sector initiatives such as the Policy Committee, Shared Learning Quarterly, and served as the Regional Trueblood Coordinator for SW Washington. In his new position, Jim will continue to be active in our community; we wish him success in his new position.
Departing: Brette Greenwood-Wing
Brette Greenwood-Wing, a long-time valued employee, left SWACH for a great opportunity with HCA. As the Administrative Coordinator, Brette support provided for multiple board, council, and committee meetings and backbone operational support for the organization by maintaining organized and accurate files, and general administrative assistance and support to SWACH team. We wish her well in her new endeavors.