Staff

Tamara Greene, Office Manager and Legal Assistant to Amy Vira and Mason Wiley

Tamara moved to San Juan Island in 1993.  She worked in the Prosecutor’s Office in 1996 and then the San Juan County Board of Commissioners office from 1997 to 2004. She left to raise a family and returned in 2015. Tamara is excited about working for newly elected prosecutor Amy Vira.

When Tamara isn’t at the office she can be found either at home or in the garden with her family, or in her barn with her horses.  

Jenny Sutton, Legal Assistant to Teresa Barnett


Marina Riabova, Legal Assistant to Christopher Taylor

Marina moved here from Russia in 2014 to marry her husband, Tom.  She was educated in Moscow for Accounting, Mathematics, and Law degrees.   Since moving here, they have bought property, have two doodle pups, and some chickens.  This is paradise for them, and they love this community very much!

Heidi White, Legal Assistant to Jon Cain

Heidi joined the Prosecutor’s office in 2022 and is excited to be continuing her career in public service. She brings over a decade of professional experience in local government administration through her work with San Juan Island Park and Recreation District. Colorado born and raised, Heidi moved to San Juan Island in 2011 with her husband, which was a dream come true after her many childhood summer visits to the island. Heidi graduated with honors from Colorado State University with a B.A. in Technical Journalism & Communication and a minor in Women’s Studies. Her previous work experience includes non-profit development for an adaptive sports program in a tiny Colorado ski town where she lived before moving to SJI. Heidi is passionate about housing issues, local food, and her large fluffy dogs. She enjoys athletic pursuits including biking and Nordic skiing, and adventures to the outer islands in the Salish Sea. She loves being part of the one-of-a-kind community that makes up San Juan County. 

NoPhoto Audrey Hansen, Victim Advocate

Audrey Hansen moved to the San Juan Islands with her family in 2012. She had a successful career in retail sales in Seattle and locally before joining the Prosecutor's office in 2017. Audrey is passionate about her role of assisting the community navigate through the criminal justice process and providing resources for those in need. When Audrey is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, taking island drives and visiting the local beaches and farmer's market. She loves the peace and tranquility that island life provides. 

Nancy Vejvoda, Victim Advocate

Nancy Vejvoda has been a part of the Friday Harbor community for the past 32 years. She has a diverse background working in mental health, education and the private sector. Nancy worked in the District Court office prior to joining the team in the Prosecutor’s office. Nancy enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially her dog Manny. She supports many organizations including the American Legion Auxiliary. Nancy believes it’s important to give back to the community.