Board of Directors
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.
Amy brings many years of experience working with the community in volunteer and employment opportunities. She has 21 years experience in emergency medicine as a nurse, nurse manager and Nurse Practitioner in both rural and urban settings including 6 years in rural family practice. She enjoys using her organization and time management skills working with community organizations including Chamber of Commerce as President, event organizing, fundraising and a multitude of parent sponsored activities within her children’s sports.
Amy is a motivator of people and groups and is passionate about life and children. She currently homeschools her two youngest children, instructs occasionally within the medical field and serves as part of a volunteer medical team providing medical care to refugees in other areas of the world. Life experiences have ranged from growing up in the military, to life in the city, then living on the family farm.
Amy has 4 children, two married and two at home, and one grandson. Her family is wild about the outdoors, traveling and learning about the world.
Josh is an active member of the North Idaho community. He currently works in medical sales after a long career in education. His background in working in professional development for teachers in the k-12 market, along with curriculum development in higher education, make him a valuable member to the HCC Board.
When not working, Josh enjoys his time being a father to two amazing kids and enjoying anything outdoors related.
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.
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.
Ryan Crandall is an attorney and estate planner with a passion for helping individuals and families prepare for the future. Ryan believes that one of the primary roles of a lawyer is to be an educator and counselor. He works hard to discover his clients’ goals and to explain, in easy to understand terms, the legal strategies that can be used to achieve those goals. Ryan is a member of the Idaho State Bar Association’s Taxation, Probate & Trust Law Section. Ryan is also a past president of the Coeur d’Alene Estate Planning Council.
Ryan is a proud native of North Idaho. An accomplished musician, Ryan attended Brigham Young University on a scholarship for jazz bass. After serving a two-year mission to Lithuania, he met his future wife, Jennifer, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Music. Ryan began practicing law in 2011 after graduating from the University Of Idaho College Of Law. At law school, Ryan was a member of the Idaho Law Review during which time he served as Associate Editor and then Managing Editor. Ryan also spent two years as a teaching assistant helping new law students hone their legal research and writing skills.
In his free time, Ryan enjoys composing music and plays numerous instruments including cello, piano, guitar, and bass. He is an avid outdoor enthusiast and enjoys skiing, soccer, wakeboarding, backpacking, rock climbing, and kayaking. Ryan takes pride in giving back to the community and is actively involved in church and youth groups. Most of all, Ryan loves spending time with his family and is the proud father of four wonderful children.