Tamara Greene, Legal Assistant to Randall Gaylord & Jon CainTamara moved to San Juan Island in 1993. She originally first joined the Prosecutor's office in 1996 as a temporary hire. She moved on to work in SJC Board of County Commissioners office from 1997 until November 2003. At that point, Tamara married and started a family. Flash forward 12 years. The kids were in school. Tamara missed the atmosphere and camaraderie at the County and luckily, there was an opening at the Prosecutor's office. Outside of the office, Tamara enjoys her time with her family, gardening and riding her horses.
Elizabeth Halsey, Legal Assistant - Land Use and Child Support
Prior to moving to San Juan Island, Elizabeth was the Dean of Admissions at a small private college in Portland, Oregon. She began her interest in law when she reorganized the college’s foreign student policies to comply with post 911 Homeland Security Mandates. Her interest in legal matters grew as she completed a law class as part of her Master’s Degree in Business Administration in Technology Management. Elizabeth also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts, is a published illustrator, and enjoys drawing the beautiful views on the island. She and her husband Doug enjoy island life and Elizabeth will combine her analytical thinking with her creativity to diligently serve San Juan County.
Christine Miller, Victim Advocate
Danielle Kindelberger, Victim Advocate