As board member and resident of the greater Vancouver/Clark County area, it is my desire to assist in whatever capacity I am able in order to provide the women of this community with Christ centered education, support and guidance to make informed choices about their health as well as the health and well being of their children. I believe that Options360° is a loving environment which deeply cares about the protection of the unborn and in partnering with women as they begin the miraculous journey of motherhood. I further believe Options360° to be a lamp in a troubled world whose purpose is to share the love, mercy and grace of our heavenly Father with those who are seeking a helping hand. I have been married 21 years to a wonderful woman with whom I have had three beautiful daughters. We attend and are involved in a local church. I am a principle in two real estate development/investment firms, serve as a board member of Detour Ministries and serve on numerous citizen advisory boards dealing with community planning, transportation, parks and issues concerning the economy and market conditions.
As founder of Options360° Pregnancy Clinic I have been a board member since 2003. My vision is to educate women on all aspects of parenting, adoption, and abortion by equipping them with the tools they need to make an informed decision, which includes the opportunity to view their baby on an ultrasound screen. In 2007 we opened our second clinic to continue providing our services, including ultrasound, to a wider demographic. In a short period of time we have become the leader in life-affirming pregnancy care in SW Washington. My vision for the future is to expand our services to include STD testing and reproductive health care to walk beside these women having to make the hard choices. In all we do here, our main focus is to bring glory to God. I have been married for 26 years and have a 25-year-old son and a 23-year-old-daughter. We have lived in the Battle Ground area for 18 years and have watched our tiny town turn into a place of commerce, but still a very nice place to live.
Suzanne is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist and also a native of Clark County. She completed her residency at St. Louis University and has been in private practice for over 16 years. Suzanne has been involved with leadership roles at Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital by serving as Department Chair for Women & Children’s Services and also on the planning committee. She enjoys cooking, gardening, and spending time with her husband and children.
Jeff Lindberg is an attorney in private practice. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in history from the University of Portland and Arizona State University respectively. Jeff earned his law degree from Lewis & Clark School of Law. Jeff and his wife Rachel are active members of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Vancouver, Washington. Jeff and Rachel have seven children.
Simpson & Company, P.C. is a local CPA firm established in 1980. Lisa Joerin joined the firm in 1989, after graduating from Abilene Christian University with a degree in Business and Accounting. Lisa has been providing audit and tax services for various not-for-profit organizations of different types and sizes for the last twenty-six years. In addition to being a CPA, Lisa is also a Certified Municipal Auditor, with background and continuing education in not-for-profit accounting and governmental auditing matters. Simpson & Company specializes in not-for-profits and has experience with clients in the field of residential care facilities, community assistance services, educational programs and health care organizations. Lisa is married and lives in Battle Ground, Washington. Her husband, Matt, a civil engineer for Western Federal Lands, and her 10 year-old son keep her busy at home. They all enjoy all the outdoor fun and beauty that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Additionally, in her free time she enjoys sewing, quilting and embroidery.
Jerry Erwin, founder of JEA Senior Living, has developed, owned and managed nursing homes, retirement facilities, assisted living and Alzheimer’s special care centers for over 35 years. Jerry was involved in the development and management of one of the first independent retirement living facilities in the State of Washington. In 1983 and 1984, Jerry served as Vice President for the Washington State Health Care Association. He served as President of WSHFA in 1985. In 1994, Jerry opened his first Alzheimer’s Special Care Center in Tumwater, Washington after his own mother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s Disease made him realize the need for quality Alzheimer’s care. Since then, over 30 of these highly specialized care centers have been opened across the country. Jerry and his wife Kathy have three sons, 3 daughter-in-laws, and 7 grandchildren.