Team comes in for a group huddle.

Team Members

Brian Nuttbrock Executive Director

Brian enthusiastically joined the Hope Center in 2020 as the new Executive Director. He and his wife live in Moscow and have five children. He enjoys connecting with folks over lunch or coffee, and is thrilled to be part of helping others achieve excellence.

Steve Otto Lead Training Manager

Married to his high school sweetheart for nearly 40 years, Steve has been with the Hope Center since it opened. He loves the unity the Hope Center has created in the community, and recognizes this as God’s love displayed through us.

Jessica Burns Admin Assistant

Jessica and her husband live in Moscow where she is the heart and soul of Hope Center’s administrative department.

Rob Atkinson Processing Manager

Rob has been with the Hope Center since November 2016. He is certified in
Retail Management by Spokane Falls Community College. Rob grew up in
Moscow, has been married to his wife who grew up in Potlatch since 2012,
and they have a daughter. Rob runs a YouTube channel in his spare time,
volunteers with his church on the weekends, and enjoys movies, music,
listening to audiobooks and watching hockey.

Logan Kimball Operations Manager

Logan has been with the Hope Center since August of 2018. He graduated from
the University of Idaho with a Bachelor’s degree in finance in the Spring
of 2021. Logan and his wife have lived in Moscow for since 2017 and have
loved being able to serve this community ever since! He is passionate about
being a positive influence in others’ lives and enjoys helping those in
need. Some of his favorite hobbies include watching soccer, reading, and
spending time outdoors!

Maggi Billings Training Manager

Maggi joined the Hope Center in 2015. She loves helping people grow their work and life skills while also teaching them that they have inherent value regardless of their skills. Outside of work, Maggi enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with her son, Darius.

Sheri Anglen Founding Director

Sheri has served the HOPE Center from the very beginning, being involved in it’s inception, direction, and vision. She is now serving in an advisory role as she begins her retirement, offering continued wisdom and insight – and answering the occasional “where is the thing?” and “what is usually done in this situation?” We thank God for blessing us with a woman of vision and dedication and wish her the very best years to come.

Ben Phillips Front End Manager

Ben (a.k.a Sunshine) has been with the Hope Center since July of 2020. Ben
grew up in Kotzebue, Alaska and came to Moscow in 2015 for university. He
loves to serve at his church on weekends and his favorite hobbies include
basketball, hiking, board games with friends, and being a goofball.

Mark Ulliman Intake Manager

Mark joined the Hope Center Staff in May 2019. Mark grew up in Moscow
where he served in the Idaho Army National Guard and the Moscow Volunteer
Fire Department. After finishing graduate school Mark and his wife moved
to Minnesota and just recently moved back to Moscow in 2018. Having always
enjoyed serving others, Mark found a second calling at the Hope Center
stating, “Working at the Hope Center is similar to being on a mission trip…
it’s hot, exhausting and dirty, but at the end of the day you feel
extremely gratified and fulfilled for having the opportunity to help

Sarah Brutsman Program Manager

Sarah Brutsman joined the Hope Center team in February 2022 and enjoys the
opportunity to invest deeply in the lives of others. Sarah is a wife,
mother of adult children, and dedicated follower of Jesus. She is a
graduate of the Christian Coach Institute and is a certified professional
life coach. She is also a certified Genesis Process counselor and
Pathmaker consultant. Sarah and her family moved to the Moscow area in 2013
and have been actively involved in the church and recovery community ever
since. Sarah enjoys reading, music, movies and camping as well as investing
in others through one on one conversations.

Olivia Gordon Clothing Manager

Olivia joined the Hope Center in September 2022. She grew up in Virginia, and after finishing college and some graduate work, she moved to Moscow in 2011. She loves spending time with her three children, as well as swimming and any activity on/near a large body of water. Olivia loves being with people more than anything, and she says “I am beyond privileged to be able to listen to and invest in people, everyone of whom is made in God’s image and worthy of honor.”