Scott and Kim Woods, Founders
Jessica Kohl, Treasurer
I am honored to be a part of The Beautiful Scar Project and its many programs. As a financial analyst in the multifamily lending industry, I hope to help the foundation continue and improve the momentum it has created thus far. My connection to the infant loss community is through my cousin and his wife. They suffered the loss of their son, Westley Thomas Griffin, at just 18 days of age due to a heart problem. Just two short months later my friend Kim Woods was scheduled for a C-section to deliver Caleb Calvin Woods. I had helped her organize the nursery and attended her baby shower. I still vividly remember the morning of her last ultrasound to verify that Caleb was ready to be born I texted Kim to see how it went and the words that came back on the reply still bring tears to my eyes even all these years later “Caleb Died”. I knew that Westley had a heart defect before he was born and his family was so fortunate to have those 18 precious days with him. Kim & Scott would not get that chance. Before Caleb died I honestly had no idea that still birth was such a familiar event in this world.
Noelle Musgrave, Secretary
As a young professional, I am extremely honored to be a part of this amazing non-profit organization. My mother had an ectopic pregnancy which resulted in her almost losing her life. She was told by her doctors she would never be able to have children again. About three years later, she gave birth to my brother and I which she calls her “miracle babies”. As a Board of Director, I hope to bring courage and inspiration to families that have experienced infant loss. I am also looking forward to making use of my experience in health care and non-profits to help The Beautiful Scar Project grow beyond the Denver metro area so we can further grow the infant loss community of Colorado.
Craig Frame, Director
After watching my best friend and his wife suffer the loss of their beloved son, Caleb, my eyes were opened to the heart wrenching decisions that families who have lost a baby have to make and that they are predominately without guidance while making them. I have joined the Board of Directors for The Beautiful Scar Project not only to support my dear friends but to also ensure that no parent suffering the loss of their baby is without help or without hope. I am honored to be a part of this organization that will provide support as well as hope to families during the worst time in their lives.
Pat Guittar, Director
Having experienced infant loss on a personal level as Caleb’s grandmother, and feeling helpless to take away the pain from my own daughter and son-in-law, I am honored to be asked to serve on the board of The Beautiful Scar Project. This precious little boy, who never took a breath, will be speaking volumes in the support and guidance others will receive in their darkest hour. With 20 years of business experience and 39 years of working with children as a choral director, I wish to bring my expertise and life experiences to this vision.
Jen Houseman, Director
Being part of a team such as The Beautiful Scar Project is an incredible honor. While working as an Event Manager for the past 15 years, I have gained experience that is vital to my position on the board. I look forward to utilizing my vast knowledge in event planning and passion for this non-profit to bring awareness of the courageous people that have suffered this type of significant loss. Through fundraisers, golf tournaments, special events and promotions, it is my hope to raise funds for this amazing cause.
Monica Kerber, Director
I am a Colorado native with a degree from Colorado State. I run a successful consulting business, and in my free time love pilates, cooking, music and the outdoors. I am married to Kevin and we have three children, 2 living and 1 waiting for us in Heaven. I first heard about the beautiful scar project after my third pregnancy ended tragically in a 13 week old miscarriage. After having two ideal pregnancies with the birth of Emma and Wyatt; I was overwhelmed with grief and the guilt of having lost my third baby Hazel. The loss of a baby is a very isolating experience and TBSP brought me hope in my despair. Instantly I found new friends who understood our pain. When I attended the annual golf tournament I knew this was a special non profit full of parents that were determined to honor our lost babies by serving a community of bereaved parents and families. While we are blessed to having two wonderful living children, the work I do while serving the board of TBSP allows me in a special way to do work that recognizes that I have 3 children. Our littlest, Hazel Anne, “Hazelnut” gives me courage to support others and bring education and awareness to others. I am honored to be a part of this special family.
Daniel Wolff, Director
I’m honored to be a part of an organization that has a sole purpose to help those dealing with the loss of a child. Everyone struggles with loss in a different, and painful way. Knowing the Beautiful Scar Project is there to be a resource for that grief is amazing. Until I joined Beautiful Scar, I had no idea that my own mother lost a child due to miscarriage. This brings a personal touch to my service on this Board of Directors, and makes me wish someone would have been there to support her thru her loss. No one should need to go thru this alone, and that’s why I’m here. I look forward to helping this organization grow by expanding fundraising efforts, expanding awareness, and offering help wherever it’s needed.