Mission Statement

 

Our mission is to provide girls and young women the tools to increase self-esteem, self-awareness/defense, and empowerment while practicing mindfulness, teamwork, and gaining communication skills with strong emphasis on appreciation for biodiversity and conservation.

 

Our goal is to bring enrichment to children of all ages nationwide with the hopes of showing them how exciting life can be in a very healthy way!

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The Board Members

Sarah L. Diehl 

Sarah L. Diehl has her master degree in both Social Work and Public Health from San Diego State University. On top of her 2 masters Diehl has a Bachelor’s in Women’s Study. She currently is a business information consultant in the Healthcare Industry. When Diehl isn’t engrossed in her computer screen, she enjoys kayaking, crafting, and biking.

Kimberly Stigall

Kimbery Stigall has her Bacholor’s in Criminal Justice. She is the Madison County Sheriff and an Animal Control Officer. Stigall is also trained as an emergency medical technician, firefighter, and public safety diver. Being naturally the outdoors type she is interested in horses back riding, water activities, firearms, hiking, camping, fishing, boating, puzzles and motorcycling.

Jessica L. Harned

Jessica L. Harned has her Bachelor’s in Wildlife Biology and Conservation with a minor in UW Scientific Research. Harned has been a NAUI SCUBA Instructor since 2003 and was the Director of the Public Safety Division with Diving Unlimited International for 10 Years. When Harned isn’t in the water, she is kayaking, zip lining, and hanging out with her daughter, “a way cool kid”.