Board of Directors
Give to Hayden Canyon Charter
Give to Hayden Canyon Charter
The Board of Directors for HCC shall maintain a high level of integrity, perseverance and openness regarding individual actions concerning the business and operations of HCC as well as privileged information. The BOD is also expected to maintain a high level of trust and collaboration with the HCC staff, parents of HCC students, and the community at large.
The Board of Directors encourages open communication between the individual board members and the staff at HCC. It is paramount, however, that the BOD’s line of communication is with the School/Business Director. In this relationship, the BOD and the administration perform separate, yet complementary tasks to ensure the smooth operation of the school and the effective learning of the students.
Chair and Interim Director
Joshua is a successful businessman who owns a marketing agency focused on digital marketing and business coaching. He is passionate about helping others achieve success in life and in business.
Joshua has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America for over 12 years, and currently serves as a scoutmaster sharing his love of the outdoors and expeditionary learning with his troop.
Joshua and his wife have 4 creative children who love art, music and exploring the outdoors.
Jason Ball is an innovator and visionary leader who injects a culture of creativity, collaboration and service within organizations. Mr. Ball serves as a volunteer for a Citizen’s Review Panel called “Keeping Children Safe” for the Department of Health & Welfare.
Jason identifies needs in his community, as evidenced by his founding work with Jumpin’ Beans Mobile Food Bank, and Hayden Lake Marathon. Mr. Ball has a penchant for mentoring youth.
He currently volunteers as a cross country running coach, and serves as the Chairman of the Old Missions District Eagle Scout Committee. Jason has enjoyed working in Public Relations roles for over 20 years. He has five children who have been brought up in an environment of kindness and service to others.
Jennifer Vest lives in the Coeur d’Alene area with her husband and two children, one of which is away at college. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in English with an emphasis in Technical Writing and Information Design.
Throughout her life she has volunteered her time to helped dozen’s of people learn to budget, and create a more financially stable home.
She currently works for My Site Marketing as an Administrative Assistant and serves with her church, her son’s scout troop and on CDA Charter’s Parent Organization Board.
Carmen Woolman lives in Coeur d’Alene with her husband and two children. Carmen is a local business owner and spent several years as a substance abuse counselor serving at-risk-youth and as an adolescence drug court treatment provider.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Family and Human Development as well as a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and Corrections Management. Her volunteer experience includes working with under-privileged youth and as a guardian ad-litem.
Carmen and her family place high values on kindness, traveling, faith, and community involvement. Lastly, a few hobbies of Carmen’s include clean eating + non-toxic living, being an advocate for mainstream-alternatives, hiking, and getting a good sweat in at Farmgirlfit.