Angie began volunteering at Pathways in September 2014. Her heart for women’s ministries and love for babies made volunteering at Pathways a perfect fit. Through her years of service at Pathways, Angie grew in her support for the mission of Pathways and became the Clinic Manager in the summer of 2018. In addition to her work at Pathways, Angie also volunteers in the Career Counseling Center at Camas High school and previously served as part of the women’s ministry team at Grace Foursquare Church, where she attends. Angie lives in Camas with her husband, Jeff, and they have 3 young adult sons. Their family enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, boating and traveling.
Michelle joined Pathways in early 2018 as our staff nurse. She graduated nursing school from Clark College in 2009 and then obtained her Bachelors in Nursing from Washington State University in 2012. Michelle has such a heart for the community of Camas/Washougal and loves raising her two beautiful kids here. She has been married to her husband Chris for 7 years and as a family they love getting outdoors and enjoying the beauty of our local landscape.
Dr. Dashow began volunteering at Pathways in January of 2016. As a Perinatologist, he brings 40+ years of experience in fetal medicine to Pathways. Dr. Dashow's heart for working with pregnant women, even those in challenging circumstances, has made him an instrumental part of our team. Dr. Dashow and his beautiful bride, Shirley, live in Tacoma and have 2 grown children.
Dr David Paik joined the Pathways family in January 2017 as Medical Director. He is an attending family medicine provider at PeaceHealth Southwest Washington Family Medicine Residency. He received his undergraduate degree from The University of California Santa Barbara and his M.D. from Loma Linda University in 2006. In addition to teaching, Dr Paik is active in his Korean church, facilitating discussions on philosophical and theological topics, apologetics and logic. He has a heart for city ministry, homelessness, poverty, politics and the overall enjoyment of a complicated and controversial discussion. He spends his free time singing and dancing with his 2 year old son, exploring the city with his wife of 8 years, hiking through the woods with his 2 dogs and reading.
Sarah graduated from the University of Portland in 2009 with a bachelors in nursing. She started out her career with a passion for medical missions and went to Indonesia (where she met her husband), Uganda and Bolivia. She volunteers regularly at New Heights Medical Clinic, is involved in her Korean church and works part time at The Vancouver Clinic. The rest of her time is spent chasing her two boys, relaxing with her husband and drinking coffee with her identical twin sister.
Kimberli joined Pathways in September 2018 as the Executive Director. She has 15 years of non-profit experience, including teaching non-profit law to local parent groups. She has been a board member with Washington State PTA for 4 years, and has worked for 3 years with another local pregnancy resource center. She is passionate about advocacy for children of all ages. Kimberli and her family attend Liberty Bible Church where she is active with their missions ministry and music ministry including the Worship Team and Bow the Knee. She and her husband, Eric will soon be celebrating their 25th year of marriage and have three children.
You will receive a referral list of local physicians for continued reproductive care..
screenings, in-vitro fertilization services, pre or post-natal care, treatment of infertility, or treatment of reproductive tract infections.
Pathways Pregnancy Clinic is a faith-based organization and does not offer annual exams, birth control devices, mid-life services, abortion services or referrals, mammograms or breast