LaTasha Jackson-Rodriguez has volunteered for RAPE CRISIS and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) in Hinesville, Georgia for almost 5 years. She graduated with her master’s degree from
Brandman University in 2016, where she studied Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, and interned at Fort Lewis alcohol and Substance Abuse in Washington State, where she conducted
Individual and group therapy for Captains and Majors of the United Stated Army. She has also worked for the Department of Social Human Services as a CPS Investigator that consist of responding to urgent calls that consisted of physical, sexual, and Mental abuse as well as Neglect in the home. LaTasha Jackson-Rodriguez has also subcontracted with other agencies on contracts for the Department of Corrections (FOSA program). Where she traveled to ex-offenders’ homes upon release from prison to service them with Individual therapy to help them with transitioning them back into the community after serving time for domestic Violence, Sex assaults, Murder and Drug Trafficking. After working as a Contracted Marriage and Family therapist Associate, she saw where there was a need and gap for the
BIPOC Community. Seeing that there was distrust towards receiving counseling and sharing with therapist that don’t look like them. she decided to start a Counseling Agency in 2017, The Sound Wellness and Counseling Center. LaTasha continued to work with both youth and
adults that had experience sexual abuse, domestic violence, discrimination, and grief, especially with youth. This then compelled her to start her first Non-Profit Organization called RESTORE ASSEMBLE PRODUCE (“R.A.P”)
for not only troubled youth, but the entire family that has been affected by various traumas. To this day she has continued to serve and educate her community, by assisting and doing trainings and collaborations with the Mayor of Kent ,Commander of the Kent police department and our youth to address Trauma that has affected our BIPOC Community, and bringing solutions on how to unify and
stop hate crimes.
Olivia has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, former school age teacher for Fort Lewis, Army Base, a former Fashion Model and mother of one.
Olivia provides leadership to our program and programming staff and oversees all aspects of the program development, curriculum delivery, promotion, and scheduling instruction in accordance to our organizations goals.
W.R.A.P Radio Station Manager
Peter Fuentes is a 2018 graduate of Kent Meridian High School in Kent, WA. He had special interest in working in the school’s Media Programming where he excelled in digital media programming, video
editing, voice recording, and social media. He has trained with a professional radio signal engineer to learn all aspects of online radio production, programming, and broadcasting. He works with adults and
families in the community and schools, assisting them with tools on how to tell their stories and experiences. R.A.P. utilizes the WRAP Radio Station as a therapeutic process where individuals have the opportunity to openly express and share their feelings, and give them a voice about what they have experienced. Peter uses his professional expertise to coach, assist and manage this WRAP Radio process.