Program Manager, Portland Street Response
Robyn brings her experience from both the mental health industry and local government to the role of Portland Street Response Program Manager. She has over a decade of experience as a Licensed Therapist and Clinical Supervisor and holds licenses to practice in two states. Her experience as a therapist is diverse and includes work in the areas of domestic violence, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, poverty, LGBTQ+, and family counseling.
In addition to her mental health career, her professional experience includes serving two Tulsa Mayors in the Office of Performance Strategy and Innovation in which she built programs designed to improve City workplace culture and innovate delivery of City services to the public. While employed with the City of Tulsa, Robyn was also asked to serve as the Mayor’s designee on Tulsa’s Human Right’s Compassion Committee and the City/County Jail Sales Tax Oversight Committee.
Robyn moved from Tulsa, Oklahoma to Portland, Oregon in 2017 and has been employed with Portland Fire & Rescue since 2018. She has been a key participant in the design and launch of the Portland Street Response program and is deeply committed to its mission and to seeing this program succeed.
Robyn holds a Bachelors in Psychology, a Masters in Counseling, a Masters in Business Administration, and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Organizational Leadership.