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Image of the Unshattered Team with our founder Kelly Lyndgaard in the middle.

Meet the women artisans committed to addiction-free lives.

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CEO & Founder

A physicist and engineer by training, now a nonprofit leader and thought-leader in the arena of post-addiction employment models. Kelly never imagined leaving her executive career in IT but has never been happier than when seeing the women on her team achieve their potential.

Read Kelly’s Founder Story
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Product Manager & Creative Lead

Moving to a new school as a preteen led to experimental drug use. Over-prescription of pain killers after a car accident led to a heroin addiction. Now, Amanda is a mom, a leader, and a talented custom handbag designer!

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Production Manager & Seamstress

Being abused as a child by a trusted adult led to crumbled self esteem and isolation. Jenn turned to drugs and alcohol for comfort. But now, she's finding out she's more talented than she ever thought!

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Community Liaison & Seamstress

Born addicted to heroin, Tiffany experienced significant trauma and loss. Spending most of her adult life in prison, she had no vision for a future. But she's the biggest smile you'll see in our boutique and rightfully proud of her incredible talent as an artisan!

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Lead Designer & Seamstress

Nearly an entire lifetime of trauma led Lois into despair. Drinking alcohol was easier than trying to believe she had any value. Today, she's a dynamite designer and genius kit maker!

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Resource Coordinator & Seamstress

Abuse and dysfunction early in life lead Kaylene to tread the waters of anxiety, rejection, and, eventually, an addiction to alcohol! But, with the love and support of family and community, she's learning that you are never too old to learn a new thing or to make a difference in a life!

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Business Architect and Operations Lead

After experiencing early trauma, Maria struggled with major depressive disorder and anxiety. When she was introduced to alcohol in her teens, she thought it was the only way to cope. This lead her into an alcohol addiction that threatened to take her life. But now, she's a sober and thriving single mom who photographs our stunning products and is a technical mastermind.

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Experiencing intense verbal, mental and physical abuse in a relationship that should have been safe, Amberlee felt desperate to escape. With prescription drugs easily accessible, she turned to them to numb the pain and slowly she lost everything. But then, she entered recovery and her faith in God showed her that she could be safe and whole. Now she is a confident woman who is challenging herself as she masters seamstress and photography skills!

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Stuck in a relationship that was draining her emotionally, Jillian sought refuge in alcohol. Feelings of intense anger after the loss of her unborn child were hard enough to deal with and when she began to be harassed, she started to spiral into daily drinking which lead to blackouts. But then, she chose to enter a long term recovery program and begin the journey of healing and forgiveness. Now she is a joy-filled person who is restoring her relationship with her son and growing exponentially professionally as she seeks to live life to the fullest! 

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Why Unshattered?

When you support Unshattered, you are offering women a combination of community, employment, and personal and professional development. This combination gives them the opportunity to find their purpose and live an addiction-free life. Just like your handbag, these women are being made new again.