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Ana Salazar-Walsh, CCLS

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  • NICH Interventionist

About me

Ana is passionate about helping children, youth, and families thrive amid adverse circumstances. Though born and raised in southern Spain, Ana has strong roots in the Pacific Northwest, where she has lived her entire adult life. Over the past decade, Ana has supported Portland area children, youth, and families as a community organizer, preschool teacher, nanny, healthcare interpreter and volunteer. In recent years, she has specialized in helping kids and families cope with illness and hospitalization.

Ana enjoys spending time with her husband and cat, Murphy. She has recently rediscovered her love of fantasy novels and it is not uncommon to find her curled up in her “comfy chair” with a book and a hot cup of tea. Ana also loves to hike, travel, and visit her friends and family back home in Spain.

Languages spoken

  • French (some)
  • Spanish

Education and training

    • B.A., 2019, Portland State University

Memberships and associations:

  • Association of Child Life Professionals
  • Pacific Northwest Child Life Association
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