Respect. Patient. Compassionate.
Two Feathers Staff
Blair Kreuzer, MSW - Executive Director
In previous positions, Blair was responsible for administering 15 federal and state grant programs. This responsibility included data collection and evaluation, quality improvement, grant reporting, program goal implementation, and staff training and coaching. Blair has worked for two universities in a specialized capacity with a focus on: building partnerships with community and tribally-based agencies; developing specialized curricula; and supporting and training students and professionals.
Dr. Virgil Moorehead, Psy.D. - Behavioral Health Director
Dr. Virgil Moorehead Jr, a member of the Big Lagoon Rancheria (Yurok and Tolowa), is currently the director of Behavioral Health Services at Two Feathers Family Services in Mckinleyville, CA. A graduate of University of California at Davis (BA) and California State University, Sacramento (MA), Dr. Moorehead received his Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA in 2015. During his graduate work, he completed his doctoral internship at the University Michigan, Ann Arbor and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Stanford University. He served as a Staff Psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University for three years.
Dr. Moorehead’s professional interests focus on developing and testing community based strategies for health promotion with Native American communities. Dr. Moorehead received the Richard Alan Smith Scholar’s Award in 2015 for his work on Digital Storytelling with Urban Native American in Oakland, CA and the 19 th Annual Anne Medicine Mentorship Award in 2017 for his work with Stanford Native American undergraduate and graduate students.
Virgil is an avid exerciser, international traveler, former Division 1 wrestler, and daily reader. In January 2018, Virgil became a father for the first time. His son’s name is Oket’oh Dean Moorehead.
Karen Jean Santos, LCSW
Karen Jean Santos is a descendent of Big Foot and Crow Tribe. Karen has been the Therapist for Two Feathers Native American Family Services for six years. Karen earned her Masters of Social Work degree at Humboldt State University with a minor in Child Development and extended studies in Native American History. Karen is working with families and individuals on their path toward healing. Karen is passionate about the growth and wellness for every family and individual.