Sean has worked in fundraising and campaigning for most of his career. He has a plethora of knowledge in public relations, nonprofit management, grant writing, and strategic communications. He was most recently the National Frontline Director at Greenpeace for seven years. In his spare time, Sean works on one of his other passions – writing. He has had multiple novels published in the past twenty years.
Jaycie was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest in Port Angeles, Washington. She earned both her degrees (BA in Social Work and Master in Public Administration) at the Evergreen State College here in Olympia. Prior to QV, Jaycie worked for Residential and Dining Services at the Evergreen State College for six years, most recently as the Program Support Supervisor. Jaycie was the Case Manager/Resident Advocate at QV for 2.5 years and in April 2018 was promoted to Program Manager. In her spare time she enjoys going to shows of all types of music, reading mystery thrillers, and spending time with her friends, family, and cat Ralph.
Case Manager/Resident Advocate
After moving to Colorado from the east coast, Amanda began her career in advocacy work. She first spent 2 years working for the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless before coming to the Pacific Northwest, where she became a counselor with the Washington Department of Social and Health Services assisting in competency restoration. Currently, she is studying Social Work at the Evergreen State College, focusing on a community integrated framework. Before being hired at Quixote Village in May 2018, she worked as the Grant Writing Associate for the YWCA Olympia. Amanda spends her spare time outdoors– hiking, kayaking and shell-fishing with her Labrador retriever.