Volunteer Spotlight: Timothy Travis

Our board members dedicate hours of volunteer time to lead our organization.  Timothy Travis joined us in June 2015.  In his role as a board member, he serves on our board’s Outreach & Visibility committee.

A passionate advocate for children, Timothy Travis represented abused and neglected children in Multnomah and Washington Counties and then spent 11 years as the Program Manager of the Juvenile Court Improvement Project at the Oregon Judicial Department.  He became a consultant to the American Bar Association, supporting courts and child welfare agencies to improve outcomes in 37 states.

Timothy graduated from Medford High School, spent three years in the Marines Corps and then attended the University of Oregon.  He taught public school in the Eugene area before returning to UO for his law degree, where he met his future wife met in juvenile law class.  They have two grown daughters.  In retirement Timothy gardens, writes, is active in his Quaker meeting and continues his advocacy for children by sitting on the of Kinship House.

Thank you, Timothy!

 

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