NoPhotoTamara Greene, Legal Assistant to Randall Gaylord & Amy Vira

Tamara 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 2004.  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. 
Donna DePamphilisDonna DePamphilis, Legal Assistant (Land Use/Child Support)

Donna moved to the San Juan Islands after long careers in both music and animal welfare. She has a degree in engineering, business, and is a certified paralegal. Donna came to the Prosecutor’s Office following her work with the SJC Department of Community Development on the Comprehensive Plan Update. She is the legal assistant to the Chief Civil Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and the Child Support Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. In her free time, Donna hangs out with her basset hound and kitty or can be found traveling on a whim searching out new destinations in Washington and beyond.  :

Kim LambieKim Lambie, Legal Assistant (District Court)

Kim Lambie is a legal assistant to the Criminal Prosecuting Attorney for District Court. Kim started working for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office in Phoenix, Arizona, as a high school student and stayed for 13 years! She moved to Washington State in the mid 90’s and joined the San Juan County Prosecutor’s Office. Kim’s love of the outdoors drove her to travel for several years. She rejoined the office in the summer of 2017 and is glad to be back and working with the team! Kim has found a balance with work and her many interests including swimming, riding her bike, playing pickleball and enjoying the outdoors and wildlife watching in San Juan County.  

Heather SmithHeather Smith, Legal Assistant (Superior Court)

Heather Smith is the Legal Assistant to the criminal Prosecuting Attorney for Superior Court. When she was presented with the idea of working for the Prosecuting Attorney’s office, she found it to be an excellent opportunity since she was in transition and moving to San Juan Island. Before this role, Heather worked as an account manager in medical sales. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Hotel and Restaurant Administration and Business Administration from Washington State University. In her spare time she enjoys running, skiing, boating and spending time with her family. 

NoPhoto Audrey Hansen, Victim Advocate

In 2012 Audrey relocated with her family to the San Juans. Audrey loves the peace and tranquility of island life. 

NoPhoto Nancy Vejvoda, Victim Advocate

Nancy has been a part of the Friday Harbor community for the past 26 years. She has a diverse background working in mental health, education and the private sector. Nancy worked in the District Court office prior to joining the team in the Prosecutor’s office. Nancy enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially her dog Manny. She supports many organizations including the American Legion Auxiliary and the Animal Protection Society of Friday Harbor. Nancy believes it’s important to give back to the community.