Training Program Team

 

Victoria Haight | Training and Workforce Development Manager 

Victoria has 15 years of experience providing training, support and technical assistance to families of children experiencing disabilities statewide. She has served on local committees and advisory boards and served four (4) years on the State Rehabilitation Council (SRC). As a parent herself, she knows the joys and challenges of raising a child with developmental and mental health challenges. Victoria believes in using a strength-based approach for all children and families and loves “Collaborative Problem Solving”. And chocolate.

 

 

 

Shawna Canaga | Peer Delivered Services Trainer

Shawna Canaga is a born and bred Salem native. She has one amazing daughter, and became a grandma for the first time in 2014. Shawna’s position allows her to continue her years of work around family support and advocacy. Before coming to OFSN, Shawna worked as both a case manager for youth and families experiencing houselessness, and as a recovery specialist for the school district. She has a passion for educating and empowering others. In her downtime, you can find Shawna cuddling with her 20-lb. Himalayan cat while watching a good show, cooking for family and friends, or enjoying a day of thrift store shopping.

 

 

Lane Imbler-Bremner | Statewide Trainer

Lane is the oldest of six siblings and has a large loving family. Lane was drawn to OFSN by his passion to help families and youth experiencing mental health challenges. Lane brings experience having navigated his own challenges over the years, as well as helping his family navigate systems. After graduating from Oregon State University with a bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Science, Lane found a great workplace to share his lived experience and help others through OFSN. Lane loves hiking and being outdoors with his wife and two dogs.

 

Carol Dickey | Statewide Trainer

Carol is a parent of five children living with complex developmental trauma. Having spent much of her professional life in academics and non-profit health services administration, Carol moved into advocacy. With the objective of elevating family voice and choice, Carol participates in several systems of care committees and intermittently serves on the Legislative Committee of the Governor’s System of Care Advisory Council.

Carol is a lifelong learner with master’s degrees in business administration and psychology. She has training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, interpersonal neurobiology, neuroplasticity and contemplative practice, and currently, she is pursuing a certificate in mind-body therapy. She dedicates time to parenting with self-compassion, writing, yoga, hiking, running, gardening, and reading.