Traci Behrman has dedicated her professional life to social justice, advocacy, and serving as a support system for the geriatric population in the Pacific Northwest. Traci received her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California where she graduated Cum Laude with an emphasis in clinical social work and mental health services. Before transitioning to social work, Traci spent over a decade working as a consulting registered dietitian with skilled nursing facilities, residential treatment centers, and assisted living facilities. Before taking on her current role as a Care Manager, Traci served as a Care Associate and registered dietitian with Pegasus Social Services. Her passion for the work is manifested in her lifelong pursuit of knowledge and the honing of her social work skills through continuing education programming and always being open to new challenges. In her free time, Traci enjoys live music, collecting vinyl records, and building sand castles with her family.





Alyssa Campbell graduated with her Masters of Social Work in 2013 from Portland State University. In June 2017 she passed the Oregon exam to become a licensed social worker. Prior to joining Pegasus Social Services Alyssa served as the Operations Director for an Oregon Medicaid and Medicaid Innovation project serving over 1400 low-income seniors and people with disabilities. Alyssa has also served as a consultant for a national housing advocacy organization, a Director of Social Services for a Skilled Nursing Facility and an Autism Support Coordinator serving adults with severe autism. Alyssa is particularly interested in the intersection of health and housing and coordination of care. In her spare time Alyssa enjoys running and mowing her lawn entirely too often.





Rene Hendricks graduated with her Bachelor in Social Work from Colorado State University, moving on to receiving her Masters in Social Work from San Diego State University.  Missing the green of Colorado, they left San Diego for Oregon's beautiful natural outdoors and discovered at least ten more shades of green that are unique to the Pacific Northwest. Prior to starting her career in Care Management, Rene worked as a social worker with children and families for over a decade.  In her off time, Rene can be found reading, hiking near waterfalls or at least outdoors, and with her family. 



Keborah Andren, MSW

Keborah graduated with her Master’s degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Portland State University, School of Social work; where she specialized in Health across the Lifespan and Medical Social Work, with emphasis in gerontology. Before her career in care management, Keborah practiced as a certified nursing assistant for over ten years; and as an eldercare advocate, has an unique and empathetic appreciation for relationship building as the foundation to collaborative engagement towards enhancing individuals’ quality of life. Keborah’s values are directly related to advocating for client’s needs and increasing spaces for trauma informed, compassionate care. Keborah is dedicated to preserving human rights, dignity, and quality of life; and believes that working in service with people is an exciting chance to witness, honor, and share in the dynamic gift and vitality of the human spirit. Keborah considers herself a lifelong learner with over fifteen years of experience in aging and disability services, supporting individuals and families. She believes in planting seeds and helping them grow; sometimes the greatest and most significant facilitation of support we can offer is sharing the gentle understanding of common ground. In her spare time, Keborah enjoys the great outdoors, hiking, gardening, and photography.