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wlnsvey website.pngWlnsvey Campos (she/her), Strategic Initiatives Manager, Email
Wlnsvey is the daughter of immigrants. She grew up in rural Oregon and has been proud to make Washington County her home since 2013. She has extensive community organizing experience, has worked in politics and on Healthcare, Housing, and Labor policy, and has served on nonprofit boards. She has a passion for advocacy for social justice and equitable outcomes. In her free time she enjoys hiking, finding new food spots, drinking boba, and hanging out with her dog and cats!

Jessica Website.pngJessica Chambers(she/her), Operations Manager, Email
Jessica has a passion for non-profit management work, and has provided operations support and management for several Oregon non-profit groups.  She also has several years experience in Government Relations for Human Services, Health Care and Housing non-profits. She is committed to creating policies and procedures that best serve Oregon and create healthy, thriving communities. 



Asia Gates (she/her), Youth Engagement Specialist, EmailAsia Website.png
Asia is passionate about health equity, community organizing, and advocating with historically marginalized communities. With being born and raised in Southwest Portland and attending a PWI for college, she grew up in majority white dominant spaces while internally navigating her Asian American identity and she hopes to support others in finding their sense of belonging and strength. With her previous experience in nonprofits, she loves that in her role at OSBHA, she has the opportunity to work with youth in voicing their health needs and learn from them what their priorities are in bettering their wellness. During her free time, Asia loves cooking, visiting her local farmers market, and jamming out to K-pop.



Maureen Hinman(she/her), Executive Director, EmailMaureen Website.png
Maureen has been an advocate for school health services with the Oregon School-Based Health Alliance for the last nine years and has worked in public health for two decades. Prior to her work with OSBHA, Maureen worked in the Oregon Public Health Division doing program, policy, and operations work, provided health education internationally, and was the administrator of a youth-focused safety net clinic. With OSBHA she has worked with school health providers, school districts, and community partners to support the development of systems of school health supports for students. She has also overseen OSBHA’s policy initiatives, increasing legislative funding to double the number of school-based health centers, and leading development of legislation and technical assistance for Oregon’s trauma informed schools pilot projects.


Hannah Smith (she/her), School Health Analyst, EmailHannah Website.png
Hannah is passionate about community organizing to amplify marginalized voices. She is originally from Ohio, where she started her career in local public health, before moving to Oregon where she found her calling for school health services. Hannah has experience working with multidisciplinary teams to implement health education programming in communities and schools. She strongly believes in youth-adult partnerships to shape policies and systems that support vulnerable populations. Hannah loves building relationships and learning from others. In her free time, she enjoys reading novels, hanging out with her cats, and being in nature.


Patti Website.pngPatti Zavala (she/her/ella), Youth Programs Manager, Email
Patti was born in Tala, Jalisco, Mexico, and moved to Canby, Oregon, with her family when she was 12 years old.  Patti brings an equity-centered, bicultural perspective to all areas of her life.  Before joining Oregon School-Based Health Alliance, Patti implemented programs, policies, and practices that ensured quality programming for youth and families in rural Clackamas County. She takes pride in her work's impact as she provided leadership, mentorship, and support to Canby area youth. 
During her free time, Patti enjoys exploring the beautiful state of Oregon through hiking and photography, and traveling to different parts of the world to learn about cultures and local cuisine. Wherever she goes, she always looks forward to returning home to her favorite people-her 2 nieces and 2 nephews.