Michael Reyes Andrillon
Community Engagement Officer

michael@northwesthealth.org | 971.230.1291

As a Community Engagement Officer at NWHF, Michael spends much of his time out in the community, interacting with current and potential partners. He is a point person for questions about Kaiser Permanente Community Fund, as well as our Healthy Beginnings+Healthy Communities Initiative. He also organizes gatherings for our funded partners and reviews grant applications for our funding opportunities.

Michael’s previous professional positions include Youth Outreach Coordinator for the Snake River Housing GEAR UP grant in Prescott, WA; Admissions Counselor for Washington State University Vancouver; and, more recently, Director of Inclusion and Access for the Linfield College School of Nursing.

Michael graduated from Washington State University in 2003 with degrees in zoology and comparative ethnic studies. He also earned his master of public administration from Washington State University Vancouver in 2012.

Michael has volunteered his time to serving various nonprofit and community organizations. He has served as chair of the Latino Community Resource Group in Vancouver, WA, on the advisory board for the Latino Educational Achievement Project in Olympia, WA; and as a board member of MIKE Program. He currently serves on the board of Familias en Acción as board chair, and is serving on various scholarship committees, including WSU Vancouver and the Kaiser Permanente Health Care Career Scholarship.

Michael is originally from Puerto Rico. His parents were both in the military, so his family moved around the country and even overseas to Germany. He enjoys running, cooking, snowboarding, playing the guitar, camping, biking, golfing and spending time with his wife and five-year-old son. Michael and his son are also avid Star Wars fans and will probably camp in line to see the new film in December 2015.

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