Jarrod Hahn

Jarrod and Nicole Hahn have known one another for most of their lives. They met in middle school and grew up as best friends battling the difficulties of adolescence together . It wasn’t until college that the friendship changed and they fell in love. They have been married for almost 14 years and currently live in Simi Valley with 2 children. They served as missionaries in Romania together working with tweens and teenager orphans for approximately 3 years.  Jarrod graduated from Biola and is a Senior Vice President at Bank of America. Jarrod is enterprise co-chair for the Disability Advocacy Network infinity group at Bank of America overseeing 15 chapters with over 6000 members advocating for the disabled.Jarrod also is the chairman of Cornerstone Communities Global Team where he oversees missionary partnerships around the world.  They both have a passion for helping others find healing of the pains of life in which they both have experienced.

Board Member

Mike Inch

 Michael Inch, P.Eng. LC:

Along with his wife Janice, Michael has taught relationship and emotional literacy skills since 1998. He is certified as a Relationship Skills Instructor in the world renowned P.A.I.R.S. Programs, an acronym for Practical Application of Intimate Relationship Skills (refer to www.PAIRS.com for

more information).  He is also a certified Life Coach under the Institute for Life Coaching.  He

loves helping others discover their true inner values and use their gifts in constructive ways to benefit themselves and others, and helping them through healing of emotional wounds.

 

He regularly reviews relationship building skills and emotional literacy skills material and My Kaleidoscope Project's goals with Amber, and provide emotional support for her.

Board Member

Janice Inch

​​​​​​​​I have worked in the field of emergency medicine for over 40 years.  I am a certified instructor in the internationally renowned PAIRS relationship skills education program​ and worked with hundreds of couples since 1997.  My husband of over 40 years and I, have taught these skills to couples in Canada, USA, and Romania. We have worked with orphan children in Romania teaching them how to deal with pain, fear, and anger in a healthy way.  These relationship skills represent the needs of all people universally. I am a life coach trained through the Institute of Life Coaching and have taught courses on emotional literacy, co-dependency, self esteem and anger management. I am also a registered professional counsellor and have been a speaker and counsellor/coach at women's and couples retreats and conferences.  

My hearts desire is to see relationships thrive, for people to live fully, and to help break the cycle of destruction in families caused by unhealthy relationships. My hope for you is that you believe you have a God given right to be valued, and loved. You deserve to enjoy your uniqueness and be happy.

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OUR ADVISORY BOARD

Andi Skinner

 

Andi has been close to My Kaleidoscope Project since its inception in 2015. With a heart for girls and a passion for learning and development, Andi partners with Amber to turn MKP’s aspirations into realities. She has an Associate’s and Bachelor’s degree in Communication with an emphasis in business and nonprofits, a minor in Psychology, and a Master’s degree in Human Resources. Andi spent eight years as a child care professional and co-created the Medea Creek Teen Club in Oak Park, CA; she now works as a Consultant in Organization Development and lives in Philadelphia. Beyond MKP operations, Andi also sponsors the Kaleidoscope Konnected mentorship program and Kaleidoscope’s partnership with CSU Channel Islands.

Research and Curriclumn Development

Amy Corneau

Amy Corneau lives in Simi Valley and has 2 kids, 17 and 15 years old who attend Simi High and play lacrosse.  She has been married to her husband for 19 years.  Amy is the Director of Teen Outreach for Soroptimist International Simi Valley and will soon be the President Elect.  She has also been on PTA and PTSA for over 10 years but quit to work full time with the Soroptimist organization.  As Director of Teen Outreach, Amy was in charge of the Dream it Be it Conference for two years helping to empower high school girls in Simi Valley.  In addition, she created the iMatter! Overcoming Obstacles High School Scholarship through Soroptimist International Simi Valley which was granted to 3 high school graduating seniors this year.  Amy is a substitute teacher for the Simi Valley School District, as she just can't get enough of being around kiddos!  Amy is honored to be a small part of MKP and cannot wait for a successful future for Amber's program.

Community Outreach and Parent/School Advocate

Nicole Hahn

Jarrod and Nicole Hahn have known one another for most of their lives. They met in middle school and grew up as best friends battling the difficulties of adolescence together . It wasn’t until college that the friendship changed and they fell in love. They have been married for almost 14 years and currently live in Simi Valley with 2 children. They served as missionaries in Romania together working with tweens and teenager orphans for approximately 3 years.  Jarrod graduated from Biola and is a Senior Vice President at Bank of America and Nicole is a photographer. Jarrod is enterprise co-chair for the Disability Advocacy Network infinity group at Bank of America overseeing 15 chapters with over 6000 members advocating for the disabled.Jarrod also is the chairman of Cornerstone Communities Global Team where he oversees missionary partnerships around the world. Nicole is the 2017-2019 PTA President at their children's elementary school. They both have a passion for helping others find healing of the pains of life in which they both have experienced.

Creative Director

Meagan Martin

Let’s see – a little bio about me…I have lived all over the world – from Hawaii to Somalia, East Africa. I attribute this exciting upbringing to my open-mindedness in accepting all cultures and walks of life. I love to travel, learn new things and want to experience as much as I can while on this beautiful spinning rock. I have worked in several fields: Churches, non-profits that rescue children from trafficking, Hard Rock Café in Paris, a Drug and Alcohol Rehab, my own wedding business and I just started a jewelry line that gives back to girls in need.

I love helping people. That is my purpose in life. Helping in any way I can, using the talents God has given me. My ultimate dream is to open my own shop which, you guessed it, will help more people than I could possibly dream of!

As a mom of four children, two of them beautiful daughters, I believe in the important work being done through My Kaleidoscope Project and am so very grateful to play even a small part in it. 

Website and Marketing Director

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