Adrianna Horsey, Program Coordinator
Hello! My name is Adrianna and I use she, her, hers pronouns. As an Oregonian born and raised, I have a lot of pride for Oregon’s natural wonders. Little did I know that moving to Spokane, Washington for school would be the beginning of calling many places my home. Through Peace Studies at Whitworth University, my interest in community development grew, particularly where social and ecological injustices intersect. I worked as a Community Development Fellow in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and was inspired by the impact organizing efforts can have on a community’s health. After getting hooked on community gardening and studying international politics in South Africa and Belgium, I pursued a year of service with Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) that bridged both of these worlds. During my time with LVC, I worked at an environmental nonprofit, piloting its urban community education programs in Wilmington, Delaware, where I quickly adopted its small state pride and love of Wawa. After soaking up as much of the east coast as I could, the call of Oregon’s outdoor wonderland and proximity to family drew me back to the Pacific Northwest.
In my free time, I am a scoby parent and experiment with Kombucha flavors, play board games, knit scarves for loved ones, and practice playing guitar with Google as my teacher. I am a member of Women Who Explore and find deep joy in spending time outside in many ways including hiking, canoeing, and cross country skiing. I love experimental and seasonal cooking with friends, road trips, and sharing playlists, podcasts, and articles that spark good conversation. I am passionate about creatively addressing community needs and fostering spaces for people to explore their gifts and passions. I look forward to doing so with JVC Northwest!
Want to contact Adrianna? Email her or contact her at 503.335.8202.