Kate Morrison earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from Whitman College. She has more than 20 years’ experience working as a nonprofit and business consultant, grantwriter, designer, web developer. She was Assistant Director of the YWCA of Walla Walla,  Program Development Lead for Trilogy Recovery Community at its inception in 2008, and Executive Director for the Lower Nehalem Community Trust was responsible for grant writing, design and development of collateral and presentation materials.

Her early work with Trilogy began in 2008 as a contractor to help build the first programs for the growing organization, working with a group of dedicated volunteers, we developed a small but effective recovery program for youth and their families coming out of drug and alcohol rehab—a gap in support in a growing community. She is pleased to be returning to Trilogy as Executive Director.


Oliver discovered his lifelong interest in working for community well-being and helping others as a child. His avid interest in others and the world around him led to undergraduate studies in International Affairs and Political Science.

After a few gap years Oliver returned to graduate school and completed a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from New York University in 1993. He continued with two years of post graduate studies at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (1993-1995) while also learning motivational interviewing and teaching about the stages of change and recovery for 6 ½ years at New Directions (1993-2000) in Brooklyn, NY.  New Directions is where Oliver discovered and learned the true meaning of Recovery. 

Since those days in Brooklyn,  Oliver has successfully completed the University of Washington – Medical Center-Harborview Trauma Center TF-CBT+ Learning Collaborative as a provider and as a supervisor (Year I). He graduated to Co-Consultant role for the 2020-2021 Learning Cohort (Year II) and will be a Leading Consultant and trainee Trainer for the 2021-2022 Learning (Year III) Collaborative series.  He has been certified as a trauma professional and as a compassion fatigue professional.



Jennyffer graduated from Walla Walla University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and in 2022 with a Master of Social Work degree.   Jennyffer is a licensed social work associate independent clinical (LSWAIC) and uses different therapeutic modalities to support clients on their recovery journey such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).  She has experience working with children and families providing support, education, and community resources. She is passionate about supporting the parent-child relationship, building community, and cultivating healing and resilience.  She is co-founder of the Latino Services Committee.

During her free time, Jennyffer enjoys taking care of her plants, dancing, learning more about social work, and spending quality time with friends and family. Jennyffer was born in El Salvador and came to the United States as a child. She has lived in Walla Walla for more than 10 years.


Lucinda graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Social Services in 2018 and a Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2023. Lucinda will start her Ph. D. in Counseling & Psychological Studies-Crisis & Trauma Counseling in August of 2024. Lucinda is a Licensed Social Work Associate Independent Clinical (LSWAIC). She uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and is seeking certification in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) in the summer of 2024. Lucinda has about seven years of social work experience and has worked at DCYF and The Star Project.

Lucinda has had family members struggle with substance use disorders and personally knows how substance abuse can put a strain on close relationships. She hopes to strengthen individuals’ recovery process at Trilogy, by being supportive, compassionate, and empathic. In her spare time, Lucinda likes to read the bible, walk, kayak, play the piano, ride her Can-Am, and sing karaoke.


Christine graduated with her Associates in Human and Social Services in 2022. She is currently working on her undergraduate degree in Social Services at Central Washington University. Christine is a Certified Peer Counselor and Recovery Coach, currently working as a School Recovery Navigator for Trilogy Recovery Community.  Christine identifies as a person in long term recovery. She has battled with substance misuse and addiction for most of life, with her use starting in middle school. Christine finally sought out the help she needed when she learned of her pregnancy with her daughter. She attended a long-term treatment center and moved to Walla Walla shortly after. Christine is a huge advocate of all pathways to recovery and helping those along their journey to recovery. Her goal is to use her lived experiences and education to provide trauma-informed, destigmatized recovery support to those in need.


Karla is a Community Health Worker. Her role at Trilogy consists of  outreach and intervention services programming at our local schools, JJC, and The Loft.  She also supports the Team assisting with administrative tasks and donor relations.  A Walla Walla native, Karla is a 2022 graduate of Walla Walla Community College with an Associate’s degree in Human and Social Services. She currently attends Western Washington University where she plans on earning a Bachelor’s degree in Human services.  Karla’s goal is to help individuals in our community get connected to the services that are available to them in support of their recovery process.  Karla was born and raised in Walla Walla and is proud to continue to build relationships and work in the Walla Walla Community.


David is a Peer Support Specialist, and is furthering his education. He co-facilitates SMART Recovery groups, community outreach, and offers one-on-one peer recovery support.

He brings lived experiences and education to provide trauma-informed, destigmatized recovery support to those who need it.

He credits Trilogy in helping him navigate his path to recovery. Helping others along their journeys is something he has always wanted to do, and when found out about Peer recovery support through Trilogy, he realized that Hope is possible. He says, “If someone like me can overcome, it is possible.”


Michael is a Level II Intern. He is available at Trilogy and at local high schools to speak individually with people about their Recovery and Mental Health. He also co-facilitates two open groups at Trilogy: Full Circle Recovery, and Morning Inspiration. Michael is enrolled in the Graduate Level Social Work Program at Walla Walla University and is seeking to eventually become a Licensed Social Worker in the State of Washington.  Walla Walla is his home and he enjoys kicking around the mountains and in town with his boys.