Julie N. Lyche

Julie N. Lyche

Executive Director
541-693-5675
julie.lyche@hdesd.org

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Julie N. Lyche has lived and worked in Central Oregon for more than 20 years and has been the Executive Director of the Family Access Network (FAN) since 2003. She has worked with community agencies for over 25 years as a funder and agency provider, focusing on issues involving children and families. She is passionate about strengthening local, regional, and state partnerships to better serve our disadvantaged children, teens and families. Julie believes that the strength in FAN lies with the relationships between FAN advocates, schools, local social service partners and families. Julie is honored to work in an organization that helps children receive an education and break the cycle of poverty.

Robyn Harmon

Robyn Harmon

FAN Program Assistant
541-693-5675
robyn.harmon@hdesd.org

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Originally from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Robyn has lived in Oregon for over 20 years and is proud to call Bend home. She received her B.S. in Communication Studies from Eastern Oregon University, and is excited to put her skills to use for FAN. Having volunteered in Bend-LaPine schools for years, she has seen firsthand how FAN advocates help students succeed. Robyn enjoys tent camping, supporting local theater, and visiting our country’s national parks. 

Jen Enna

Jen Enna

Donor Relations & Events
w: 541-693-5652 m: 303-324-0790
jen.enna@hdesd.org

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After spending several years in various mountain towns, Jen and her husband moved to Bend in 2011 and have called Central Oregon ‘home’ since then. Drawn to the nonprofit sector since a young age, Jen got her Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University and has been involved with various nonprofit organizations including animal welfare, community arts organizations, and youth development programs. Most recently, Jen took a hiatus from the nonprofit sector and expanded her management, sales, and marketing skills in the outdoor industry working at a local outdoor lifestyle retailer. The pull back to nonprofit work intensified when COVID-19 started to impact Central Oregon and her desire for service-driven work drew her to FAN. In her free time, you can find Jen outside (trail running, skiing, gardening, mushroom hunting, etc.) or spending time with her husband, her teenage kiddo, and her three dogs.

Emily Woodworth

Emily Woodworth

Development Specialist
541-693-5733
emily.woodworth@hdesd.org

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Emily Woodworth grew up in Sisters, Oregon, where she developed a love of the woods and small-town life. After earning her BA in Creative Writing at Pacific University in Forest Grove, she braved the wilds of Los Angeles to earn her Master of Fine Arts in Writing at California Institute of the Arts. She graduated in May of 2020, and with the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing, she moved home and set her sights on helping her community. Growing up, Emily’s mother was a family counselor in Sisters and had often referred clients to FAN for help. When she saw an opportunity open with FAN, Emily realized how her extensive experience in writing and administration could contribute to aiding her beloved community. In her free time, Emily is still an active writer, filmmaker, and fiction editor, and she still loves her long walks in the Deschutes National Forest.

 

Family Access Network

2125 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701
p: 541-693-5675

Bend/LaPine School District FAN Supervisor: Dana Pedersen – dana.pedersen@bend.k12.or.us

Crook County School District FAN Supervisor: Stacy Smith – stacy.smith@crookcounty.k12.or.us

Redmond School District FAN Supervisor: Tami Nakamura – tami.nakamura@redmondschool.org

Sisters School District FAN Supervisor: Curt Scholl – curtiss.scholl@sisters.k12.or.us