Board of Directors
Founder & President
Founder & President
Stephanie is the founder and President of Life In Abundance. She is a Clinical Pastoral Counselor through the NCCA, Board Certified Master Christian Life Coach, Certified Temperament Counselor, Certified Technical Trainer, speaker and co-author. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Christian Counseling. Stephanie lives in Simpsonville, South Carolina, with her husband Jeff.
She is an active member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, the National Christian Counseling Association, the Sarasota Academy of Christian Counseling, the International Christian Coaching Association, and the International Association of Coaching.
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Kristan Gillespie is the owner and principal of Indigo Moon Marketing, an accomplished communications consultancy founded in 2009. Kristan founded Indigo Moon Marketing after spending more than ten years in corporate marketing at Michelin North America and subsequently The Cliffs Communities where she managed strategic online marketing planning and implementation.
Through Indigo Moon, Kristan assists businesses and agencies with strategic planning and execution of marketing plans, including digital programs, copywriting, advertising, social media, and video production. Kristan graduated with a BA in English and a BA in German from Furman University in 1999. She and her husband, Brian, live in Simpsonville, SC and enjoy spending family time with their two beautiful daughters, Isabella and Sydney Kate.
Darrell Jackson is President and CEO of Jackson Marketing, Motorsports & Events, South Carolina’s second largest marketing communications and events agency. With more than 20 years of marketing experience, Darrell leads the nationwide company’s strategic direction, long-term planning, overall management of daily operations and senior-level client relationships. He is also personally involved in many of the agency’s ministry and community outreach programs.
Darrell’s community involvement has included board positions with Big Brothers Big Sisters, A Child’s Haven and B.R.A.K.E.S. Teen Pro-Active Driving School. He also has a passion for the outdoors and anything with an engine, especially if it goes fast and can be raced in the desert!
Darrell and his wife, Alicia, who splits her time between supporting events for Child Evangelism Fellowship and her home baking business, are members of Brookwood Church. When they are not busy with work or church, you can usually find them following Darrell’s son, Gage, and his basketball and football teams throughout the Carolinas.
Jason is a native of Rock Hill, South Carolina. He attended the University of South Carolina and the University of South Carolina School of Law in Columbia, SC. Jason’s primary focus is debtor/creditor law, bankruptcy, financial workouts, and domestic litigation. In September of 2017, Jason’s private practice merged with two additional attorneys to form Kinlaw, Cunningham & Ward, LLC. Their desire is to offer a broad range of affordable services to the community.
After law school, Jason began as an associate attorney at Skinner Law Firm, LLC. While at Skinner Law Firm, Jason was able to cultivate and refine his legal skills alongside Chapter 7 Trustee, Randy A. Skinner. Jason gained valuable experience in all aspects of bankruptcy and debtor/creditor litigation as he represented many debtors, creditors, and Chapter 7 Trustee, Randy A. Skinner in a multitude of bankruptcy proceedings. Jason also has a wealth of experience in negotiating contracts and settlement agreements.
In addition to Life In Abundance, Jason currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Simpsonville Chamber of Commerce. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, golfing, football, soccer, and Gamecock athletics. Jason enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife, Eileen, and his two sons, Edin and Milo.
Suzanne Young is a native of South Carolina and a graduate of USC-Upstate. Despite earning a degree in Secondary Education, she has spent her 20+ year career working in the nonprofit sector in Greenville. Her primary focus has been advocating on behalf of those who are marginalized in our society. Suzanne has a passion for working with the homeless and those at-risk of becoming so. Years ago, she began as an intake worker for financial emergency services and over the years served in a large capacity of roles including: case management, program manager, case manager supervisor, grant writer/grant manager, and outreach worker.
For 10 years, Suzanne managed the Benevolence Program for Brookwood Church along with all the Benevolence Ministries and local outreach. Currently, Suzanne is working for the Spartanburg Housing Authority as the Family Self-Sufficiency Program Manager. As a single mom, she has a close bond with her daughter Tori, who now lives in Mississippi, and misses her greatly.