Meet the Team

Pattie Marshall

Executive Director

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Pattie lives on a small farm in the Auburn/Black Diamond area with her horses, dogs, and cats. She loves art, antiques, coin collecting, old cars, cooking, and camping. Pattie has four grown daughters and three grandchildren. She is proud they are all thriving, and feels it is due to the mentoring, support, and encouragement from family/parent partners, recovery coaches, the peer community, and the tools they gained as they navigated the behavioral health system of care over the past several decades. Pattie’s non-profit leadership style promotes youth and family voice and collaboration with community partners. As a person in long term recovery, Pattie finds hope from others’ lived experience and now shares her recovery story to reduce stigma and increase awareness about behavioral health recovery. In addition to lived experience, she brings a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from a Wellness Perspective and 25 years of Human Services experience, specializing in Operationalizing Peer Support in Youth & Family run Community Organizations.  

Monique Robbins

Operations Coordinator
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For more than a decade Monique has been working with not-for-profit organizations around Puget Sound serving all members of the community. She has dedicated her work to assisting organizations that are fostering positive changes in our community. She is excited to once again be working with youth and families to access critical resources to ensure their family unit thrives. When not in the office, Monique enjoys spending time with her family, playing with her dogs and cooking delicious meals for her friends and family.

Jessica Gudino

Intake & Community Support Specialist
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Jessica comes with personal and work experience in family behavioral health. She changed from a previous position in the medical field to peer counseling when she found out that her lived experience could bring hope to others. When she isn’t busy at work, you can find her backpacking with her family.

Melody Parshall

Lead Parent Partner
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Melody has more than 10 years of progressive experience in the child and family services field. She graduated from the University of Great Falls with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Counseling Concentration. Melody’s professional history includes positions such as Wraparound Facilitator, Parents as Teachers Home-Visitor and Circle of Security-Parenting Educator at a health department, In-Home Behavior Specialist at a mental health center, and Treatment Service Technician at a therapeutic residential home. In her free time Melody enjoys spending time with her family, reading, baking, taking walks with her granddaughter, and getting soft snuggles from her cat.

Jenapher Henslee

Parent Partner
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Jenapher has been working at Guided Pathways since 2018, and has lived experience of more than 16 years as a family struggling with challenges. She has a varied background in the non-profit sector and enjoys helping people succeed. When not at work, Jenapher enjoys spending time with her son, riding horses, and spending time outdoors.

Connie Gonzales

Youth Peer
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Connie comes from a background filled with lived experience and overcoming unexpected losses and events. She is currently working on completing her bachelor’s degree while also navigating the world as a young adult. Prior to working for GPS, she worked with children diagnosed with ASD. But when she heard of our organization, she knew this is where she needed to be so she can encourage and support people going through similar hardships and events that she went through as well. When she’s not busy being your number one supporter, you can find her playing with her cat and dog or jamming out to music.

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