TROT FOUNDER / PRESIDENT
6208 Argent Rd. Pasco, WA 99301 • 509-452-0310 • cell 509-430-2215
A Speech/Language Pathologist for over 33 years, Cynthia has worked with all ages, in all settings, & across all levels of care to help people with communication disorders. TROT fulfills a dream to pair her love of animals and therapeutic skills by bringing a center to this community that changes lives and brings joy to those it serves. She is certified with the American Hippotherapy Association (Level 1), the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship-PATH (IT), and is a Registered Pet Partner (Complex Level) with her dog Camry.
Andrea is President of Modern Living Services which provides affordable housing and continued learning programs for persons with disabilities. Andrea is a realtor with Windermere in Richland, she is also the parent of a special needs daughter.
6920 Valley View Pl. Pasco, WA 99301 • 509-542-0101
Karen has served on several committees as a volunteer treasurer and she is currently a full-time account technician for the Pasco School District at Chiawana High School. Karen grew up with horses and is a current horse owner. She and her husband are raising three children.
Denise is a retired administrative secretary from Pacific National Laboratories. She has twelve years of experience in the Kiona-Benton City School District working with special needs students and finalizing her tenure at the school district as the payroll/personnel officer for two years. Passionate for special needs children and a horse lover, Denise is honored to support TROT with her abilities.
Delt has worked with numerous Non-Profit organizations in the community for over 20 years. He has a passion for being involved with his community and TROT helps fulfill his desire to help those in need. Delt grew up in the farming communities across Washington where he has always worked with animals, the county fairs and rodeo. With his love for community, animals and helping people TROT just made sense. He works for Chandler Reach Vineyards managing their sales and distribution. When he is not volunteering or working he and his wife Mari are busy keeping up with their 4 kids.
2211 Riverside Drive, West Richland, WA 99352 • 509-539-8830
Linda has significant experience with disabled children and horses. She and her husband have fostered and adopted several disabled children. Linda grew up on a ranch and is a retired Family Resource Coordinator and is now able to more fully enjoy her horses and riding.
Terry is the Business Owner of Balancing Act and is employed full time by NFSD, per diem, at Lourdes. He is the proud father of 7. Terry is a Registered Level 1 Hippotherapist from the American Hippotherapy Association.
Kennewick, WA 99336 • 509-440-3005
Michele’s twenty years of accounting experience has evolved into a fresh perspective with new energy and dedication. From that she brings strength, commitment and a genuine view to TROT. She has been able to put a title to her goal; becoming master of business fulfillment.
Recognizing the subtle difference between non-profit and for profit, is a reward to itself. The art of accounting and being accountable is a line Michele has endeavored to walk all of her professional years. Developing a vision and becoming fully involved to the end, is what she refers to as the reward.
Michele recently relocated to the Tri-Cities to be near her family. At the core of her family is her older sister who has special needs. Michele states that “where your and my worst day is a long line, my sisters’ worst day is asking, only herself, if she is in the right line”. “Bringing our various skills and talents to TROT, our job is to assure these members of our community and gently guide them to the right line, right beside us.”