Joining: Nicole Hamberger
Nicole Hamberger joined SWACH in February as the COVID Care Program Coordinator working on the Care Connect WA program. Nicole previously worked at Lifeline Connections as a Care Navigator in the Medication Assisted Recovery program, after earning her certificate for Addictions Counseling and working under a SUDPt license. This role included training and distributing Narcan to partnering agencies and community members, while joining Harm Reduction Syringe Service Programs. Committed to harm reduction services and raising awareness in the community, she has served as a member of the steering committee on the Clark County Opioid Taskforce
“I am excited to join the SWACH team as I have followed some of their work throughout the years. Improving healthcare systems that are community based and providing innovative support for those most vulnerable is work that I am grateful to be a part of. I look forward to working with the HealthConnect team as they continue to inspire me every day.”Nicole Hamberger
Nicole holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Services degree from Clark College, and a Counselor Agency Affiliated license.
Joining: Basevi Adamo
Basevi Adamo joined SWACH in February as the Assistant Procurement Manager working on the Care Connect WA program. Basevi comes to Southwest Washington after working in Spokane, WA with vulnerable populations for several years. Previously he has worked in operations and logistics management, but his true passion is helping people and fostering better communities. Basevi holds graduate degrees in Business Administration and Public Administration from Eastern Washington University.
“I joined SWACH because I believe in the change they are creating. I am inspired to shape a healthier and better community for all. I truly believe SWACH is core to that role. I am proud to be a part of the team and that positive change”.Basevi Adamo
He and his family love the outdoors and can be found many weekends hiking in the Columbia River Gorge.