Dr. Noelle Hunter is a founding member and president of the board. Noelle led the Mission4Muna to return her daughter from International Parental Child Abduction to Mali, West Africa in 2011. Muna came home on July 12, 2014, with the cooperation and assistance from U.S. and Mali governments and the tireless support her family and Mission4muna supporters worldwide.
Noelle is committed to helping other parents bring their children home through parent advocacy, public policy and legal reform. She lives in her native state of Alabama and is a lecturer of political science at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Noelle Hunter, PhD
Randall likes to say "I'm just a DAD"! His children, Hannah and Ryan, have been his consistent focus since June 30, 2012, when their mother took the children to Port Coquitlam, BC on the pretense of a family visit.
Randall is a founding member, board vice president and chief parent advocate for iStand Parent Network Inc. He also advances the Network's sustainability and communications initiatives. His original music composition, Shine the Light, is an anthem of the IPCA movement. He lives in Sunbury, Pa.
Randall Murphy, MS
Barbie successfully returned her son from wrongful retention in Malta in 2016. She serves as secretary and parent advocate and is developing a resource library of case law to support parents' legal efforts and the Network's legal reform initiative. Barbie lives in Georgia with her family.
James is a graduate student of public administration at Ohio University in Athens, Oh. James serves as iStand treasurer, and he also co-founded the first chapter of iStand Student Network at Ohio Valley University in 2018.
Stan is Gabriel and Anastasia's father. His son and daughter remain abducted by their mother to Trinidad since 2010. Stan continually works to bring his children home, and faithfully serves as an iStand board member. Stan assists with communications and research and sustainability intiatives. Stan lives in Maryland.
Michelle spent two and a half years learning the ropes of how to bring home abducted children with the help of iStand Parent Network guidance and expertise in using the power of Congress, Senate, Department of State, Department of Justice, and many other powerful organizations.
Her mission is to continue fighting for America’s Stolen Children, continue building strong global diplomatic relationships, continue to increase the rate of returns, and help left behind parents decrease the amount of time it takes to bring home their children by assisting with domestic and international legal strategies.
Martin Jones is a Trinidadian-born United States citizen. He holds a Masters degree in Human Resources Counseling and a Bachelors in Psychology, and has completed training in Mediation, Neurolinguistic Programming, Landmark Education and Family Group Decision Making, empowering people to find solutions to life problems.
Martin is a Parent Educator for the Arizona Superior Court and leads classes for divorced and separated parents since 2006. He is a voice for children as a returning Court Appointed Special Advocate in the County of Maricopa and has volunteered with Arizona's YWCA and Adult and Juvenile Probation. He was formerly a military and civilian policeman, and a Department of Children Service's Social Worker in Arizona.
Board Member/Family Court Liaison
Martin Jones, MA
Angela is a veteran of the U.S. Marince Corps, having serves as the elite Marine Security Guard (MSG) unit guarding U.S. embassies, U.S. presidents and foreign dignitaries in Canada, France, Switzerland, Korea and Japan.
Angela was vital to the successful return of her niece, Muna, from abduction to Mali. She supports iStand's research and sustainability initiatives. Angela lives in Alabama.