Hannah Parmelee is the director of Relationship IQ at the Boone Center for the Family, Pepperdine University. Hannah, who began working for the Center in 2005, has a master's degree in marriage and family therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary, a bachelor's degree in psychology from Pepperdine, and has extensive training and certification in a number of psycho-educational programs. Hannah is the principal author of the Relationship IQ Leader's Manual and the lead rIQ Trainer. She and her husband, Jay, have been married since 2002 and thoroughly enjoy watching their daughters grow in faith and relationships. Talking with young adults about their relationship with God and others is one of Hannah's passions, and she hopes this material will help others begin similar life-transforming conversations.
Hi! I'm Ginnie Revenaugh, a junior studying Political Science. I'm a big fan of being outside, especially when it involves lakes/pine trees/mountains/all of the above. I pet every dog I pass on the street and I squander away my budget on Coffee Bean chai tea lattes (almond coconut milk for the win) and/or kombucha. I love people (most of the time) and healthy, fun, THRIVING relationships. I'm so excited to help foster deeper relationships on campus through Relationship IQ. Stop by and say hi!!!
Ciao and hello! My name is Elizabeth Hanley, and I'm a junior with a major in Creative Writing and a minor in Multimedia Design. After spending my second year in Florence, I have gained a greater appreciation for communicating effectively, developing friendships, and understanding ourselves. Some of my favorite things include coffee, movies, Dawson's Creek, and Survivor.
My name is Elizabeth Lowe and I am a junior here at Pepperdine University. I am majoring in intercultural Communication and minoring in Non-profit Management. Through my time abroad in Switzerland, as well as my mission trip to Cambodia, I realized how important different cultures are, as well as how to communicate within ones that we are not familiar with. I am fortunate to have made a great group of friends here at Pepperdine, and am constantly looking for more ways to be intentional, as well as meet more people. Besides academics, I am usually playing the piano, singing, and spending lots of time at my church and with friends and family.
Hi, there! My name is Jennifer Lee and I'm a senior at Pepperdine University. I am majoring in Interpersonal Communication and minoring in Non-profit Management. I love having one-on-one coffee dates, serving in ministry, and drinking boba (if you need any recommendations, I've got you). I believe that one of the greatest blessings in life are our relationships with God and people. Because of that, I am so excited to encourage and equip others to build healthy, Christ-centered relationships through Relationship IQ!