Favorite Quote: If they give you ruled paper, write the other way. – Juan Ramón Jiménez
Bridget’s career pathway began in Iowa, with experience in the criminal justice system and substance abuse prevention and intervention, to working with children on the Autism spectrum and behavior disorders. Currently in her 6th year as Executive Director for Clackamas Workforce Partnership, Bridget has led the team through two strategic planning processes, helping to guide principles of equity and advancement, sector strategy for the needs of the County workforce and a shared goal of workforce prosperity across Clackamas County.
Bridget received a Master of Social Work from St. Ambrose University, as well as a Bachelor of Social Work from Loras College. Described by her peers as tenacious, strong-willed, and highly motivated, Bridget leads a respected, well versed team of workforce experts in Clackamas County.
As the Executive Director CWP, Bridget supports the Board of Directors, staff, and partners in fully recognizing the vision and mission of CWP.
The benefits cliff.
Service. Teamwork. Innovation. Inclusion.
Braiding Sweetgrass, Robin Wall Kimmerer, The Narrow Corridor, Daron Acemoglu and James A Robinson, Ain’t I a Woman? Bell Hooks.
Reading, eating food, stimulating conversation, comedy/laughing, being outdoors, travel.
an esthetician or surgeon.