Meet Our Team

Get to know our amazing ensemble of therapists and support staff

Meet Our Team

Get to know our amazing ensemble of therapists and support staff

Jodi Winnwalker

Lauren Moomaw

Genevieve Layman



HT Program Director

Maggie Johnson

MT Program Director

Meet Our Team

Get to know our amazing ensemble of therapists and support staff

Emilie Wright

Keeley St Clair

Patricia Chang

Marketing Director

Chirp Program Director

Administrative Assistant

Greta Arell

Intake & Outreach Coordinator

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Jodi Winnwalker, CEO

LCSW, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist

Jodi is founder and CEO of Earthtones Northwest. A Licensed Music Therapist, and Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 30 years of experience, Jodi is passionate about developing collaborative community relationships and providing excellent music therapy services for people in need.
Jodi served as a full time faculty member at Marylhurst University (2001-2004) and her company, Earthtones, serves as a university-affiliated internship site for graduating music therapy students from Marylhurst University, Utah State University, Seattle Pacific University, and Berklee College of Music. Jodi presents at local, regional and national conferences and is the recipient of the 2007 Betty Isern Howery Award for professional excellence. She served as president of the Oregon Association for Music Therapy, is current executive director of Weaver’s Tale Retreats, Inc. and is serves on the Oregon Government Task Force Committee. Jodi believes strongly in community service collaboration, the power of the creative arts.

Lauren Moomaw, CFO

Lauren Moomaw is a Portland Native with a love and appreciation for all that the NW has to offer from the exciting outdoor adventures to the abundant foodie scene. She is a life long music lover who has been enjoying live music since she was old enough to bus downtown by herself to watch small indie acts coming through town. Back packing with her husband is about the best thing she can imagine doing –  a trek they took to horse shoe lake in the Wallowa Mountains is a favorite memory. She comes to Earthtones Northwest via Taborspace, where she was the Founder and Program Director for 7 years. Having worked broadly in community development and business management, she is currently delighted to focus more specifically on financial management.


Genevieve Layman, HT Program Director


Genevieve is the Horticultural Therapy Program Director of Earthones. She is a native of Wenatchee Washington and holds a BA in Environmental Science-Geography from Western Washington University. She completed the horticultural therapy program at PCC/Legacy Health and is a Registered Horticultural Therapist with the American Horticultural Therapy Association. Genevieve first joined Earthtones in 2013 as a professional horticultural therapist. In addition to being a direct service provider, Genevieve serves as the assistant director for Earthtones and can often be found in the office at the computer or supporting interns and employees.

Genevieve’s clinical experience includes medical facilities, hospitals, group homes, schools, memory care units, assisted living and day programs. She has worked with people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, early to late stage dementia, developmental disabilities, physical and cognitive disabilities as well as clients in early childhood and seniors in wellness settings.

Genevieve is most excited about expanding Earthtones Northwest Horticultural Thearpy programing, further developing the Earthtones Northwest resource garden at Tabospace, and continuing to deepen her knowledge of managing Earthtones Northwest’s dynamic business.

Maggie Johnson, MT Program Director

MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist

Maggie is Music Therapy Program Director of Earthtones Northwest. She began providing music therapy services for us as a professional in 2011. Maggie holds degrees in music therapy and music composition from Marylhurst University and Grinnell College. Utilizing a variety of instruments to engage with her clients, Maggie combines her professional musicianship with a deep understanding of music as a force for healing. She helps clients in a variety of settings and life stages to reach their goals for mind, body, and soul through carefully designed musical experiences. Her professional training and clinical experience includes work in hospice, developmental disabilities, Alzheimer’s and memory care, adult oncology, mental health, caregiver wellness and staff training. Maggie believes that all people have the right to develop, heal, and connect with others in ways that they find meaningful and life-giving.

Keeley St. Clair, Chirp! Program Director

MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist

Keeley is the program director for Chirp! Early Childhood Music. She is a licensed Music Therapist with additional certifications in Neurologic Music Therapy and Domestic Violence Survivor Advocacy. She completed her internship with Earthtones in 2011 and began her practice as a Pediatric Music Therapist in Portland-area hospitals. Keeley is the program director for Chirp! Early Childhood Music, and serves as clinical supervisor for Earthtones Northwest and Marylhurst University.

Keeley specializes in working with children, and also enjoys working in mental health, special needs and memory care settings. When not serving her clients, Keeley likes to spend time with her friends and family, go to live shows, and tour as a vocalist with Pigs on the Wing, a tribute to Pink Floyd.

Greg Wheeler, IT

BS, MS, PhD. Nuclear Engineering

Professional Engineer, Mechanical Engineering, Oregon, 1993
Qualified Instructor, Compressed Air Challenge, 2000
Qualified Specialist, AirMaster+, 2004
Qualified Specialist, Process Heating, 2005

Greg Wheeler has directed Oregon State University’s Industrial Assessment Center since 1986 and has directed over 500 industrial assessments. He also initiated and led the development of AirMaster, the Compressed Air System Audit and Analysis Software, and presented over 200 workshops in 3 countries.

Now, Gregorio works for Jodi whenever convenient, unless she really needs something, generally help with her computer.

Greta Arell, Intake and Outreach Coordinator


Greta is a board-certified music therapist, licensed in the state of Oregon.  Greta began working for Earthtones Northwest as a direct service provider and the Client Services Coordinator in 2016 after completing her internship with the company.  She attended Marylhurst University, where she earned her Bachelors of Music Therapy degree.  Greta has studied piano for 13 years, focusing on jazz, classical, blues, and popular styles.

Greta primarily works with adults and older adults.   Greta’s therapeutic orientation is humanistic and resource-oriented, focused on client strengths and abilities.  She believes music provides non-verbal and verbal ways to communicate with clients with a range of communication and physical abilities.  Greta is passionate about providing clients with meaningful opportunities to self-express and share their innate talents.