Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) is dedicated to supporting Lane County survivors of sexual violence, and to preventing sexual violence in our communities.


BB BeltranExecutive Directorshe/her pronouns

Ann MortensonFinance Directorshe/her pronouns

Jen BromDirect Services Manager541.603.8028she/her pronouns

Martina ShabramEducation and Outreach Program Manager 541.221.3308she/her pronouns

Evelin RamirezLatinx Connection Coordinator 541.603.8177she/her pronouns

Cathy BaltazarResiliency Skills Coordinator541.603.8715she/her pronouns

Mindy MoweryTrafficking Intervention Coordinatorshe/her pronouns

Kaelyn KirkpatrickLegal Services Coordinator541.603.6173she/they pronouns

Gracia DoddsSupport Group Coordinator541-603-6148she/they pronouns

Board of Directors

Lindsay Selser

Lindsay Selser is the Communications & Engagement Manager for the Planning and Development Department within the City of Eugene and is currently the SASS Board Chair. Lindsay, originally from Montana, attended Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she was active in the anti-sexual violence efforts on campus including participating in the Vagina Monologues. After moving to Eugene, Lindsay picked up right where she left off and joined the anti-sexual violence efforts by volunteering at SASS. She enjoys the outdoors, biking and spending time with her family.

Susan Lax

Susan has worked as a psychotherapist in a variety of mental health settings over the past 25 years. Prior to that she was a speech pathologist. Her work milieus include rape crisis centers, a psychiatric hospital, a community mental health center, a rehabilitation hospital, and services for the homeless. Along with her enthusiasm for all things SASSy, her passions are Argentine tango, community activism, live theater, & travelling.

Dominique Rossi

Dominique Rossi is an attorney and policy advisor working for the Oregon State Senate. She has previously served as a domestic violence advocate, freelance journalist, and as the director of the Women’s Law Forum. Her hobbies include hiking, poetry, and crafting. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her two collies and fiancé.

Angie Peatow

Angie Peatow has lived in Eugene practically her entire adult life. She moved here to finish an undergraduate degree, stuck around for an MBA, and after stints as a financial analyst at manufacturing firms, she now does her financial analysis for her alma mater, the University of Oregon. Along with her fondness for SASS, she finds herself volunteering for work towards social justice and education. She loves live music and dancing, even though her two sons will not attend any shows with her.

Maura Roberts

Maura Roberts in an attorney at a local Springfield firm and is the newest SASS Board member. As an attorney she has broad experience in civil issues, including estate planning, business transactions and family law. Prior to her work as an attorney, she worked for the Nonprofit Association of Oregon and as a result, is acutely familiar with the challenges and opportunities of nonprofit organizations. She has also served as an Americorp volunteer at a literacy program for low-income, non-English speaking families with young families where she taught in English and Spanish, coordinated volunteers and connected program participants to community resources.

Kasia Mlynski

Kasia grew up in Hillsboro, Oregon. She attended the University of Redlands in California and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Global Business. In 2010, Kasia moved to Eugene to attend the University of Oregon School of Law. During law school, she volunteered at Lane County Victim Services and participated in the Domestic Violence Clinic. She also spent a year as a Certified Law Student at the Washington County District Attorney’s Office.  Kasia graduated law school and was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2013. Before joining the Domestic Violence Clinic as an attorney, Kasia clerked for the Honorable Charles Zennaché at the Lane County Circuit Court. Kasia is passionate about working with the community to prevent sexual violence and provide trauma-informed services to survivors.