We put together an extraordinary group of wise, seasoned women to help the movement grow and thrive.

Board of Directors

Megan Fenyoe, Public Speaker and CEO of the I Am Enough Movement
Megan Fenyoe
Founder




For Megan being enough is about knowing that at the end of the day all that matters is that we make a difference in this world. It is pulling up our bootstraps and trying again. Its crying when we need to cry and laughing when we need to laugh. It is learning to give yourself grace. Yes grace.
Jennifer Kramer
Jennifer Kramer
Advisory Board




Jennifer S. Kramer has been an educator for over 21 years and has served as an Assistant Principal, SEL curriculum developer, athletic director, teacher, coach, and educational lobbyist. Currently, Jennifer is a Co-Founder and serves as the Superintendent, Chief Academic & Accreditation Officer for My Life My Power International (MLMPI) Prep Academy. Jennifer also manages the drug prevention curriculum contract with HIDTA and MLMP.
Chrisit Burton
Christi Burton
Marketing Director




Christi Burton is considered a creative “outside-the-box” thinker with over 20 years in sales, marketing and branding. Her experience spans cable and wholesale brands including CNN/Turner Network Sales, Starz Entertainment, Vera Bradley, Ronaldo Jewelry, Swig and PURE Drinkware. Throughout her career, she has earned the distinct reputation for going above and beyond, for clients and co-workers alike. As an entrepreneur herself, she has experience in developing a product line from the ground up and a genuine interest in motivating others to seek out their goals and dreams.
Michelle Malo
Michele Malo
Chief Strategic Officer




What does it mean for me to be enough? I believe being enough starts within yourself. For years I continually compared myself to others while being in a 21 years narcissistic relationship, never good enough. Then, I realized it does not matter what others think, understanding I am good enough took some time to heal. Once I understood this I was able to show up fully present in the moment and able to serve others within my own personal power, passion and purpose. I am enough.
Janelle Amendola
Janelle Amendola
Fundraising and Sponsorship Manager



Janelle grew up in a physically and verbally abusive household, but is proud to say that she was able to stop the cycle of abuse when she had her own family. With her background in Cardiology, she has been able to participate in Medical Missions in Mexico, Peru, and Vietnam. She currently works as a medical device rep.
Steve Cederquist
Steve Cederquist
Advisory Board




Steve Cederquist was born and raised in Southern California. The Arcadia native spent his teen years working weekends and holidays with his dad before being indoctrinated into the family business. Since then, the sought-after contractor – who first rose to stardom on the hit HGTV show Flip or Flop – has become a savvy businessman who built his flourishing company Steve Cederquist Designs from the ground up. “I love making people's dreams become reality,” says Steve. “I love what I do because I love making other people happy.”
Kara O’Daniel
Secretary




Kara is a motivational speaker and mentor for girls who have been bullied! Feeling like she was not enough for much of her life, she made it her life mission to help those who have been through similar situations as she did growing up. Taking on the role of secretary for our board is one way she can give back, knowing that she is enough!
Andrea Jenson
Andrea Jenson
Director of Finance




Andrea Jenson is the Founder of The Cash Flow CFO - the female entrepreneur’s solution to confidently running their business based on facts, not emotions, providing virtual CFO services, bookkeeping & tax support to small business owners. Andrea and her team help their clients implement financial systems and processes that allow for empowered decision making, to help entrepreneurs scale their business to the next level. Today Andrea’s goal is simple: to empower women business owners to confidently OWN their finances and their future.

Team Members

Guy Desrouilleres - Videographer
Guy Desrouilleres
Videographer




Having a passion for storytelling through a visual medium at a young age, Guy’s interest in his creative arts eventually introduced him to his love for photography and videography. After finishing 10 years in the US Air Force, Guy honed his craft throughout his travels and experiences shooting weddings, corporate events, music videos, and short films. He has a passion for leadership and drive, believing that there are no boundaries in life, only possibilities.
Abby Sweeny
Abbey Sweeny
Task Force Member




For two years, Abbey was physically, sexually, financially, and emotionally abused. She was left broke and broken. She thought that this was it and she was simply waiting for her life to end. After a failed attempt on her life, Abbey realized that she wasn’t being punished, she was being given an opportunity. She has taken her situation and turned it into a business to help others and promote positive individuality to everyone, no matter the time in their life or the situations they live.
Alicen Piper
Alicen Piper
Task Force Member




Alicen is a young lady with a passion to serve and support people in whatever way she can. She currently works as a career nanny in Kansas City and absolutely loves what she does. Alicen is excited to be serving with the I Am Enough Movement to make a difference in people’s lives.
Haley Felton
Haley Felton
Social Media Strategist




Haley Felton is a graphic design student at Point Loma Nazarene University. She has been a Social Media Manager for 4 years. After college she aspires to run her own business and be a freelance Social Media Manager/Graphic Designer. Haley has graciously offered her social media expertise as an “in kind” donation for the I AM ENOUGH Movement Instagram page. Haley believes she is ENOUGH because she is a daughter of Christ.
Kimberly Anderson
Kimberly Anderson
Task Force Member




Kimberly Anderson is an Intuitive Transformational Coach and Business Creative, she helps women understand that their limiting beliefs and past experiences don’t define them, they are lessons to build from. Teaching women to understand and trust their intuition is a profound tool in their success; to find their inner wisdom and tap into and pull out their innate gifts and talents, knowing they are enough.
Marsha Haworth
Virtual Assistant




Marsha started her working from home adventure in 2014. All she could think about was how she wanted to work from home and not have to drive in the Midwest snow 11 miles each way hoping to make it to work & home again. The thought of not having to leave home and still earn a living was enough for her to seriously think about a future working from home. Marsha believes she is ENOUGH because she has a successful VA business.
Jay Perez - Graphic Designer
Jay Perez
Graphic Designer




Jay Perez is an active duty member of the United States Air Force. Art has been part of his life since he was very young. Over the last few years he found himself wanting to fill the need to connect with people through other mediums such as photography and graphic design. He wanted to promote identity and causes with a big purpose. He began to work with non-profits near him and promoting those causes. Jay's purpose in life is to help others bridge the gap between them and their visions.
Cheyenne Navarro
Cheyenne Navarro
Task Force




Cheyenne Navarro was active duty Navy for 14 years, she is now in the reserve to finish out her 20 years. She is also a Holistic Health Practitioner/ Massage Therapist. Cheyenne has been involved in many different organizations to help others in need. For example: Cruise with Kids, Children's Miracle Network, and Pitties and Itties. She has a passion for helping others in any way she is able to help. In her free time she enjoys traveling to other countries to learn about the culture and make memories.
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To believe something is possible, it starts with believing you are enough

To believe things will get better, the belief that you are enough — even if it feels distant and barely there — must be present.

Knowing you are enough is the start, the seed that takes root and grows within you, pushing you to be brave, take on the challenge or try anew.

Believing we are enough is what we all need right now. That beautiful and brave starting point that sparks ACTION, that serves as a catalyst for CHANGE.
Because we can’t officially “be” together, doesn’t mean we can’t “come” together as a community to support the important mission of the I AM ENOUGH Movement.

The I AM ENOUGH MOVEMENT is depending on this Virtual Run/Walk Event to help us get closer to opening the doors to Freedom Haven. While this is a difficult time for all of us, many women and children are in a heightened state of danger due to being confined and isolated in their homes with their abusers.

The Freedom Haven Virtual Run/Walk will take place from September 24-27, 2020.

Participating in Freedom Haven Virtual Run/Walk is a great opportunity to get outside, exercise and stand up against domestic violence in your community, be a voice for those who are suffering, and let them know they are not alone!

Register for our Freedom Haven Virtual Run/Walk and/or Donate TODAY to help us hit our $50,000 goal!