HERO House NW Staff
Kailey Fiedler-Gohlke, MA, CRC is the Chief Executive Officer of Hero House NW. Ms. Gohlke has a Master’s degree in Rehabilitative Counseling, is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and is a faculty member of Clubhouse International, traveling throughout the United States to review Clubhouses to determine their accreditation status. Under her leadership, Hero House NW has expanded their capacity to serve individuals, seeing an increased need from homeless individuals with mental illness for a safe and supportive community. In 2013, Bellevue Clubhouse was awarded the King County Exemplary Service Award for Advocacy and Social Inclusion
CEO of HERO House NW
Larry began his career in mental health over twenty years ago working as a staff member in an accredited Clubhouse. He loves running, fishing and finding good deals at thrift shops. Most of all he loves journeying with people living with mental illness as they reclaim their lives. He is currently the COO of HERO House NW.
COO of HERO House NW
– Executive Assistant, Isabelle has been working at the Clubhouse since March of 2014. She has a Masters and an undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and is a certified benefit planner. She is passionate about working with individuals who are living with mental illness.
Executive Assistant of HERO House NW
Peter Anderson brings to HERO House NW a wealth of wisdom through 22 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising and corporate partnerships. He is passionate about creating sustainable models for fund development that in turn will provide ongoing access to welcoming communities for those with mental illness.
Director of Development
Bellevue Clubhouse Staff
– Program Director, Olga started her Clubhouse journey at Vincent House ( Pinellas Park, FL ) after receiving her BS in Psychology from WSU. She has been working for the Clubhouse since March of 2006. Olga loves the clubhouse model and can’t imagine a more wonderful place to be a part of!
Michael has been working at the Bellevue Clubhouse of HERO House NW since May 2016. He has a Masters and an undergraduate degree in Psychology. Michael spent two years serving the underprivileged in the Dominican Republic, there he learned Spanish and how to make a dang good pot of beans. Michael and his wife have two children and a very old cat.
Michael J. Brown Sr.
– Supported Employment Associate, McLaren began working for Bellevue Clubhouse in the summer of 2018 after starting her career advocating for the homeless. She has a degree in psychology from SPU and is passionate about mental health and wellness. McLaren is a dog mom to a patchy rescue pup named Benny and has quite the plant collection despite not having a green thumb.
Mental Health Employment Associate
– Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate, Sarah began working at the Bellevue Clubhouse in the summer of 2018. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Cal Poly Pomona. After graduation, she volunteered to help deaf children in Mexico. She enjoys backpacking in the Sierra Nevada mountain range during the summers.
Clubhouse Rehabilitation Associate