Crystal Haddad-Director

Crystal was born in Sun Valley, California. She spent most of her childhood living in Stockton until she moved with her family to Southern California. Upon completing her schooling in Surgical Technology at Bryman College, she married and moved to Arizona. Today she is the proud mother of three beautiful children the Lord has blessed her and her husband with. Growing up Crystal and her family suffered many hardships, but in the midst of trials and pain there was a love that could only be described by the words “not from this world.” Her family fought for unity and victory over the many challenges they would face. In the midst of darkness, Jesus’ light prevailed. After many years of prayer and thanksgiving with her prayer partners, Crystal and her husband Danny moved their family back to Northern California to follow the Lord’s leading to help build up Women Walking in Purpose, now known as Love Unlocked. She remains amazed by how the Lord brought her back to the very place she grew up. Her desire is to share the love that she has received with those around her. Crystal feels overjoyed and privileged to be a part of an organization that can be the difference in the lives of young women and children and to partners with such beautiful likeminded women to accomplish something so very necessary.  After serving as Treasurer for two years, Crystal has decided to step into a more fluid role as a Director. With her experience as the Children’s Worship Leader at the Vineyard Church in Phoenix leading children in worship through song and dance and her newfound passion for art through volunteering in her Children’s Art on Wheels Program at School, Crystal hopes to bring healing through art and music programs with Love Unlocked. Crystal’s favorite bible verse is Matthew 11:28-30. “Come to me, all who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

Est 2013