Tia Marten, Family Self Sufficiency Coordinator
Born in Oregon, Tia moved to the Rogue Valley where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Human Service from Southern Oregon University. Tia has lived in the Rogue Valley for over 20 years working in a variety of settings focused on mental health, healthcare, housing, women’s issues, poverty reduction, and human capacity building. Tia joined the HAJC team in 2012 as a Section 8 Case Coordinator, became an Occupancy Specialist and landed her dream job as an FSS Coordinator in 2018.
Tia has a passion for supporting people in realizing their goals and dreams through coaching, mentoring, resource advocacy, and community organizing. She loves working with FSS participants as they make long term changes in their lives.
When Tia’s not at work, she loves to travel to the Rogue River where she enjoys swimming, hiking, campfires, riding bikes, and listening to the sounds of nature.
Contact: email@example.com Ext 1021
Courtney Negrete, Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator
Born and raised primarily in Oregon, Courtney has lived in the Rogue Valley for the majority of her life while spending the summer months in Arizona. Courtney received a Bachelor’s in Human Services from Southern Oregon University and is passionate about working with children, children with disabilities, and survivors of sex trafficking. Courtney joined the HAJC team in August 2021 as an FSS Coordinator.
In this role, Courtney gets to work with families to empower them to fulfill their dreams and achieve their goals no matter what obstacles they may be facing. When not at work, Courtney spends time with her husband, children and extended family. She enjoys traveling, hiking, and can usually be found wherever the music is.
Contact: Courtney@hajc.net Ext 1016