Our mission is to share our experiences, to promote awareness of mental illness and suicide, and offer encouragement and hope to reach one, teach one, love one, to impact all.
President & Co-Founder
Holly Fenn is the mother of three and has been dedicated to raising her sons for 26 years. She homeschools her youngest, and held several administrative roles in the homeschool community. She loves sharing her love of art with teaching youth creative skills. She co-led a 4-H Club which was dedicated to exploring and enjoying the great outdoors, encouraging youth leadership and community service projects. She has received certifications from the University of Pennsylvania for Positive Psychology, Applications and Interventions and Resilience Skills and certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid.
Holly previously suffered from major depression and understands the devastating effects of the condition. Her life was brought to a halt when her fourteen year-old son, Dalton died by suicide in 2009. Dalton showed no traditional outward signs of mental illness or despair, though something brought him to a desperate moment of hopelessness. It is because of his final act, that shocked family, friends and the entire community that has made Holly’s desire to help equip young people; give them tools needed to get through adolescence and spread words of hope.
Greta Cote has experienced the loss of three loved ones due to suicide. Dalton (her godson), her aunt Rosie and dear friend Michele. Having lived through it and watching her loved ones experience it first-hand had a very big impact on her. Therefore, getting the message out about suicide prevention is very near and dear to her heart. She has over 25 years of marketing and administrative background from large tradeshow exhibits for big corporations, ad creation, to social media and website development.
She has extensive experience working with non-profits. She was the PR chair for the Relay For Life Derry/Londonderry event for 2 years and was a team captain for 10 years. She was a Girl Scout Co-Leader for 3 years, WMRS PTO VP for 1 year, PTO member for 5 years and USA Harvest NE Coordinator for 1 year. She has successfully run fundraisers for Make-A-Wish, CHaD Hospital Lebanon & Shriner’s Hospital Boston. Greta also runs a successful themed birthday party business called Party Palace where she and her cast run and entertain children at birthday parties as well as business events. Greta enjoys spending time with her family consisting of her husband and two children. They love to go up to North Conway, paint ceramics, go to the beach and go camping together.
Janet is the mother of twin boys and lost her husband 6 years ago to cancer. She has witnessed the struggles of depression by her own children after the loss of their father and the effects of mental illness, anxiety and attempts to harm with her neice and the suicide of her cousin.She was a CPA with an international accounting firm for 7 years and has been the accountant for a large school district for the past 23 years. She was a member of the Swift Water Girl Scout Council Board of Directors (1994-1997), treasurer of the local Cub Scouts (2006-2009), volunteer for Target Cancer Foundation (2012-present), president of the Ed Wright Memorial Fund (2014-present) issuing scholarships to students who have lost a parent.
Janet enjoys running, hiking, traveling and spending time with her boys and extended family on the lake in Maine.
Bonnie Hussey Bonnie has lived in Londonderry, NH for over 20 years with her husband, Kevin, and youngest son, Kyle (22). She also has an older son, Steven (32) of Naples, FL. Bonnie’s life has been recently affected by mental health issues & suicide, her youngest brother, Joey, died by suicide in 2016 at age 45. Her only living brother/sibling suffers from depression and PTSD. She has also lost 2 close friends and 2 acquaintances to suicide. Her father passed in 2018 from liver cancer as a result of alcoholism. She also has experienced mental health issues especially with grief after the loss of her brother and father.
Bonnie has a Bachelor of Business Science. She worked for Bull Worldwide Information Systems, Billerica, MA in HR and Payroll for several years until being laid-off in 1993.
In 1995, she competed in two local American Natural Bodybuilding competitions. She became a personal trainer and aerobics instructor in 1995 and managed a local fitness club, remaining in the fitness industry until 2004.
In 2004, her mother needed a kidney transplant. Bonnie was a match and in August 2004, donated a kidney to her mother. Donor and recipient are both living healthy, full lives.
Jennifer is a Mother of two sons, Zacharey whom is a firefighter and Jacob whom is a pipefitter apprentice. She has witnessed the struggles of depression by her Father and the effects of mental illness (bi-polar and OCD), anxiety with her Grandmother and Father. Her life has been impacted with passing by suicides of her Father’s friend Bob, a cousin, and Dalton Fenn.
She worked in International and Military Sales for 10+ years up until the birth of her first born son. After taking a few months off, she went to work in the Hi-tech Industry in the Engineering Department and Human Resources until 2002. In 2002, Jennifer took a position within her local government and has been in this position since that time. This position varies from Assessing to working with the Veterans, Disabled, Blind, and Elderly. She holds an Associate’s Degree in Business Studies, a NH DRA Certified Assessing Measurer and Lister, and is currently pursuing her CNHA (Assessing) Certification.
Jennifer is a Union Board Member for Afscme 93 and was a past Board Member in her previous employments. She is an active 4-H Member/Mentor with the Rockingham Council. She became active after her son, Jacob, became interested in Robotics.
Jennifer enjoys camping, swimming, boating, riding her motorcycle, snowmobiling, skiing, sitting by the camp fire, and dirt biking. She is so very blessed to share all of these activities with her family and friends.
Leonard Bell has 2 sons, 2 daughters, 2 stepdaughters, a step son, and 2 grandchildren. He is a retiree of the United States Navy. After his commitment of 20 years to the military, Leonard now works as a Military Academic Advisor for Southern New Hampshire University. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Master degree in Education. Halfway through his career in the United States Navy, he met the Terrell family, and they became family.
During this time he experienced the struggles that the Terrell’s faced with their daughter Shauna, her attempts and struggles with mental health. Leonard dedicated his energy and time in trying to help figure out options and resources. After Shauna died by suicide Leonard was so greatly impacted, he shares Shauna's story with many people and continues his passion in supporting mental health causes. Leonard is an amazing light, that is filled with compassion for human beings. He has never met a stranger, and his positive energy puts smiles on everyone's face. He is dedicated to supporting Reach 1 Teach 1 Love 1 and is looking forward to serving as a board member for this organization.
Co-Founder, Advisory Committee Member
Co-Founder , Sabrina Terrell is a mother of 4 biological daughters, 2 granddaughters, 1 foster daughter, and 1 son, who is adopted by love. She is a military spouse of almost 20 years. Military life has given her the opportunity to meet many people, and see many places, for that she is very grateful. Being a child that grew up in and out of the "system," she has an understanding of the gaps and is very aware of the need for support for at risk youth. Previously her passion was focused on supporting at risk youth in the system. In 2009, her focus expanded to suicide awareness, when her then 11 year-old daughter, Shauna attempted suicide. With Shauna's attempts, and later death by suicide, Sabrina has experienced the lack of understanding, the stigma of suicide, and the gaps that are in the supports for mental health. After her daughter’s death, she fully realized the need for a broader understanding of mental health, and suicide awareness. Sabrina is the co-founder of Reach 1 Teach 1 Love 1, with co- founder Holly Fenn. They have already begun their journey with this foundation, by speaking at schools about suicide awareness, and sharing how suicide has personally impacted their lives. Sabrina is passionate about awareness, removing the stigma surrounding suicide, and helping at risk youth. Her goal is to empower, educate, and most of all, love.
Advisory Committee Member
Tobias Terrell is the father of 5 daughters, 1 son, and 2 granddaughters. He had been married to his wife for 19 years and has been a member of the United States Navy for almost 20 years. During his military career he has had the opportunity to travel to many countries and experience different cultures. Now that he is retiring he is looking forward to changing career paths and experiencing civilian life.
Tobias has always had a passion for helping others. He was a part of the meals on wheels program, along with mentoring programs, and home transition deployment program. He is now a committee member of Reach 1 Teach 1 Love 1. Tobias’s passion for suicide awareness derives from his experiences with his Daughter Shauna. Between the ages of 11 and 16 years old, Shauna began struggling with depression, and began making suicide attempts. During all of those years, Tobias learned firsthand how the system was lacking supports for mental health and how much stigma there was surrounding suicide.
This motivated Tobias to become an active participant in promoting awareness. At the age of 16 Shauna died by suicide, Tobias knew that his journey of promoting awareness was meant to continue. He has continued this by telling Shauna's story, open discussions, and trainings, within the civilian world, but primarily within the military community. Tobias looks forward to his new transition into civilian life and to being a committee member for Reach 1 Teach 1 Love 1. His hope is to continue to encourage hope, promote awareness and take away the stigma that surrounds suicide.
Taylor Hayes rozen
Advisory Committee Member
Taylor has experienced losing family and friends by suicide. Dalton, her cousin, was the first major dealing she had with suicide. With them being only 6 weeks a part in age and growing up together, it affected her deeply. So much so that she became very passionate about helping others not feel that same pain. It is important to her that she tries to spread knowledge and awareness to remove the stigma of suicide, in hopes that those in trouble will feel they can reach out and find the help they need.