Chuck Hagele has been the Executive Director of Project Patch since 2010. He has worked at Project Patch since 2003 in various position starting as part time chaplain, Youth Ranch Administrator and Chief Operations Officer.
He has been married to his wife Kelly since 1994 and they are parents to two girls and a boy.
He holds a degree in theology with a minor psychology, and followed that with a master’s degree in business administration. He is also an ICF Certified Professional Coach. He has extensive experience working with youth beginning in 1988 when he spent his first summer working at a youth camp. He has been serving young people in paid and volunteer positions until he settled into Project Patch, a job he considers more of a passionate ministry rather than a job.
When not focused on being a dad or leading Patch, he enjoys running, fly-fishing, eating, reading and pursuing any other adventure he can find.
Wynter Nichols has been with Project Patch since 2013.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Portland and continued her professional education at Portland State University. She has experience as a public school educator as well as a business management background that includes small business ownership, serving on non-profit executive boards, accounting, and tax return preparation.
Wynter is excited to be working where she can serve families, teens and the communities that support them. Her family includes Michael, her husband since 1989, a son and two daughters. Together they live in the Willamette Valley where their free time is spent caring for their menagerie of farm animals and hiking the Pacific Crest Trail one section at a time.
Anastasia Modin, Admissions Coordinator
Anastasia Modin has been with Project Patch since November 2016.
She graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development as well as earing her Certificate in Human Services Case Management and Administration. Her experience includes providing resources to low-income families through the local school resource center and working alongside children with disabilities to ensure they were fully included in city sponsored activities. She also volunteers her time serving the community and helping out at various events.
Anastasia is involved in a local church and leads a puppet/drama group with teenagers, among other things.