Marcia Hilber

Marcia Hilber has been self-employed in Real Estate for 13 years, and is currently Managing Principal Broker for the Prineville office of Rogue Real Estate Sales and Property Management.  She was previously the owner of a retail store, and has an additional 10 years experience in corporate management, including as Manager of the Civil Practice Clinic at the Franklin Pierce Law School in New Hampshire. Marcia received Certification as an Animal Massage and Care Practitioner in 2007, specializing in horses. She currently volunteers as manager of the Prineville Lions Club eyeglass/hearing aid program.  She is Mother, Grandmother and a powerful survivor of both sexual and physical abuse.

Angel Williamson

Angel Williamson has been an RN for 9 years. She currently works as an RN Care Coordinator at Mosaic Medical, a Federally Qualified Health Center, in Prineville, Oregon.  Prior to her RN work at Mosaic, she practiced Hospice and Palliative Care nursing with Partners in Care, a nonprofit organization based in Bend, OR.

Before becoming an RN, Angel was actively involved (as an employee and volunteer) in advocating for affordable housing for all and the rights of homeless adults, families and those homeless individuals with chronic mental illness. She has worked as a Youth Conservation Corps Crew leader, rental rights organizer, shelter manager, case manager for homeless families, Domestic Violence Crisis line staff, and founder of a nonprofit organization. Along with her BSN degree; she has a BS in Environmental Policy and Assessment from Western WA University.

Angel grew up in Eastern Washington. During her youth, she was in 4-H and trained and showed her mare, Ellie.

She is committed to the mission of H.O.R.S.E.S and passionate about bringing the program to the Prineville community.

Kathryn Godsiff

Kathryn is a rancher, writer, artist and happy wife. She graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Animal Science, married a New Zealander and headed overseas to manage sheep and cattle farms with him. They raised three Kiwi sons and returned to Oregon to be closer to Kathryn’s family. She currently lives just out of Sisters and manages a small cattle and horse property with her husband.

Kathryn has served as a Rotarian, a library volunteer and on various boards and organizations. She owns two mares and is a lifelong horse lover and learner. The work of therapy horses and those who facilitate it is dear to her. She looks forward to using her strengths as a writer and researcher to communicate to the wider community the message of healing and resilience that H.O.R.S.E.S. on the Ranch instills.