The Administrative Team is the backbone of the company. These team members work behind the scenes in ensuring the program runs in an effective and organized manner. They consist of administrative, logistics, marketing professionals who execute initiatives such as human resources and outreach.

Amy Drasch Office Manager

Amy Drasch came to NVW with a wealth of knowledge in operating a successful office environment. She has spent most of her career working in the corporate world with FedEx Office and H&R Block. For over 15 years, she has successfully managed office environments, and has extensive knowledge in human resources, accounting, administration, customer service, and logistics. Amy is a volunteer for the Red Cross, and served as a Police Reserve Unit for the city of Brookfield. Amy is a wife and mother of three, and has an affinity for riding motorcycle. She uses this hobby to travel, visit historical markers, and photograph her adventures. Amy is excited to be part of the NVW team and really enjoys helping connect parents and professionals to NVW services, the philosophy, and culture.

Tracie Schuman, AAS Office Manager- West Coast

Tracie came to NVW West Coast with an AAS in Business Management. She has over 17 years of experience working in an office environment and almost a decade of medical office administration and specializes in HIPAA management, customer service, collections, accounting and finance. Being raised up in Bend, she is a true ‘Bendite’ and has seen much progress and change over the years in Central Oregon. She loves outdoor adventures including camping, hiking and fishing with her five sons as well as long drives on the scenic Cascade Lakes Highway. In her spare time, Tracie volunteers in local theater, sings in a band and loves the arts. Tracie truly enjoys managing the “hub” of the West Coast NVW operations and is excited to be a part of the New Vison Wilderness family.

Laura Murphy, B.A., B.S., 200hr RYT, 40hr TCTSY TCTSY Yoga Facilitator, Administrative Assistant

Laura serves as New Vision Wilderness West Coast’s Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) Facilitator, as well as Administrative Support Staff. She received dual degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Dance and Conservation Biology, and is a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher. During her 10 years as a professional dancer, she helped to create and perform over 30 original works with Wild Space Dance Co., specializing in site-specific work, performing in parking garages, underneath bridges, off the sides of old industrial chimneys, on sailboats, in rivers, museums, parks, breweries, as well as traditional stages. She also performed internationally with the Warszawski Teatr Tanca, out of Warsaw PL, touring Poland and Japan. Laura served as an Artist-in-Residence at Lawrence University, teaching Ballet, Modern Dance, and Movement Fundamentals and also started several of her own yoga classes, teaching in parks and backyards along Lake Michigan. She has also worked in Yosemite National Park as a Backcountry Ranger and as a Canoe Outfitter in the BWCA. She feels that she has successfully combined many of these interests here at NVW through TCTSY.

Kim Kraschnewski, B.S. Office Coordinator- Wisconsin

Kim graduated from University Wisconsin­ Eau Claire in 2013 with a BS in Communication  Sciences and Disorders. She has worked as an administrative assistant for her father’s  company for more than ten years. She also held a clerical position in a hospital for a year before  she got married. She loves helping people in any way that she can, even if it just means  brightening someone’s day by making them laugh. She is very family ­oriented, and you can  usually find her with her family when she is not working. She also loves the water; swimming,  water­skiing, and boating.  

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