Our Team

We have a team of diverse, passionate, and faithful leaders who serve alongside our neighbors in Rockwood.


Lynn Ketch

Executive Director

Lynn has had a life-long passion for healthy communities. Raised by a father who was a pioneer in public health, she lived in first-nation communities in Alaska, New Mexico and North Carolina. She holds graduate certificates from Oregon Health Sciences University and Multnomah University, and a BS from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. In 2011 Lynn relocated to The Philippines with her family to become the Director of ICM’s seven medical clinics. In 2013 she returned to Rockwood and joined the board and staff of the Rockwood CDC.

Shea Anderson

Senior Executive Assistant

Shea excels at helping those who help others, with longtime experience as a lion tamer, details person, and traffic cop. He helps keep leadership organized and on track at RCDC, ensuring that our leaders are at their most efficient and effective to manage and guide Rockwood programs and initiatives. I am excited to be at Rockwood CDC so that I can put my skills to the good use of what Rockwood residents need to thrive.


Savannah Carreño

Director of Development

Savannah leads our efforts in fundraising and securing major gifts from philanthropists. She also oversees marketing and communications, helping RCDC's voice and brand continue to be recognizable and consistent across all entities. “I'm excited to share the incredible stories of Rockwood and highlight the influential people of this continuously growing community."


Angelica Cortez

Certified Community Health Worker

My name is Angelica. I am a Community Health Worker working with our Latino/Hispanic community here in Rockwood. I am proud to be a part of Rockwood CDC’s East County Community Health services where we are able to help others. I was born and raised in SE Portland, Oregon. My mother is from Yucatan, Mexico and my father is from Michoacan, Mexico. Family is a huge part of my life; I cherish every moment with all of them. ECCH

Melisa Crosby

Grant Administrator, Community Health Worker and RELI Instructor

Melisa Crosby has been teaching English as a Second Language to immigrant, refugee, and international students for over two decades. At last count, she has worked with students from over 65 countries, from a wide range of linguistic and cultural backgrounds. As the ESL instructor for the Rockwood English Language Institute (RELI), she strives to build a warm, connected community where adult students develop their English proficiency in basic literacy, communication, reading, writing, and computer skills. She is empowering adult students to participate more fully in work, community life and family literacy.

Gustavo Gutierrez-Gomez

Economic Development Director

Gustavo leads the economic strategy for our Workforce Development Program, Business Bridge, Oregon CAN, and food systems. He communicates the impact of Rockwood CDC to the community to secure private and government funding. As an English-learning immigrant, Gustavo is excited to be a part of an organization that supports immigrants and minorities on a local level.

"I want to represent fellow non-English speaking entrepreneurs and positively impact their journey to financial success."


Wendy Hoppe



Brad Ketch

Chairman, Board of Directors and CDCO President

Brad was born and raised in East Portland, Brad has personally experienced the decline and rebirth of the Rockwood area He holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Business. For twenty-five years, Brad developed products and companies in the telecommunication hardware industry. He has served as CEO and CFO of a publicly-traded company; and, has served as CEO of a $90 million manufacturer.

Adam Kohl

Food Systems Director


Lung Wah Lazum

Director, Community Health

Lung Wah supports our community health services including OHP, Covid wrap-around services, and educating Rockwood's lower-income families on the health impacts of tobacco through the Tobacco Cessation Program. He also supports the social determinants of health accelerator plans.

With a medical degree from Myanmar and his MBA in Management and Leadership, Lung Wah has a passion for public health. "With my experience in leading public health programs for Asian communities, I'm excited to bring that knowledge and passion to my new home of Rockwood."


Trinh Le

Workforce Development Manager


Soe Linn

Community Health Worker


Hai Nguyen

President, East County Housing

Hai, along with his parents and siblings left Vietnam and came to the United States in 1991.  After receiving his Bachelor and MBA in Seattle, he moved back to the Portland Metro area.  His professional background is in Operations, Financial and Risk Management.  Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.

Berryl Omollo

Certified Community Health Worker

Berryl is a community health worker from Nairobi, Kenya. She is passionate about empowering marginalized communities and has worked in Behavioral health for over 5 years. She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Public Health Studies: Community Health Promotion at Portland State University.

Antonia Pierce

Office Coordinator


Ashley Pugh

Business Development Project Coordinator


Ulu Seria

Director, East County Housing


Chau Truong

Certified Community Health Worker

Chau works with our tobacco cessation program, aiming to prevent and decrease tabaco use among the BIPOC community of Rockwood. Chau is excited to be working with an organization that shares her passion for advocacy and social justice.

"Growing up and working within BIPOC communities, specifically Asian and Asian American communities, has opened my eyes to the importance of healthcare access and education."


Anne-Marie Urokundo

Certified Community Health Worker



The Rockwood CDC is part of Oregon Community Development Corporation.

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