Training and Curriculum Coach – Victoria Haight
Victoria is the statewide training coordinator for the Oregon Family Support Network. She brings over ten years of experience as a trainer and advocate for families of children experiencing disability. As a parent herself, Victoria knows the joys and challenges of raising a child with developmental and other mental health issues. Victoria believes in using a strength based approach for all children and families. She also believes in chocolate.
Statewide Trainer – Shawna Canaga
Shawna Canaga is a born and bred Salem native. She has one beautiful duughter, and became a grandma for the first time in 2014. Shawna has joined Oregon Family Support Network as our Statewide Wraparound Trainer. This position will allow Shawna to continue her years of work around family and youth support and advocacy. Before coming to OFSN Shawna has been a case manager for homeless/disconnected youth and families, as well as a recovery specialist for the school district. She has a passion for empowering others, as well as helping with resource education and access in her community. In her downtime you can find Shawna enjoying a good hike, cooking for family and friends, or enjoying a day of thrift store shopping.
Statewide Trainer – Lane Imbler-Bremner
Lane grew up in Siletz, Oregon and he loves being outdoors. Some of his favorite activities are fishing on the Siletz river, or hiking with his two dogs. Lane is currently finishing up his degree at OSU in Human Development and Family Science. His large and diverse family has guided his passion for helping families and youth.