Dedicated experts with a decade of proven success.

 
 
 

Senior Leadership

HCI was co-founded in 2007 by Bill Eddy and Megan Hunter.

After ten years of continual growth, they continue leading HCI into another decade of unprecedented growth.

 

Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq.
Training Director

Bill Eddy

Megan Hunter, MBA
Chief Executive Officer

Megan Hunter
 
 

Ground Team

Our talented and experienced ground team are seasoned, dedicated professionals who help other professionals and individuals deal with high conflict disputes.

 

Michelle Jensen, MSW, JD
Program Director
New Ways for Families

Michelle Jensen is Program Director for New Ways for Families. Michelle assists legal and mental health professionals in implementing the New Ways method in their family court system and/or community counseling organization.

She is a graduate of California Western School of Law, where she focused her legal education on child and family law. She received her Master of Social Work from San Diego State University.

Prior to joining High Conflict Institute, Michelle spent several years working with programs dedicated to providing support and resources to strengthen families, specifically in the context of domestic violence, adoption, and the child welfare system. Michelle also interned with Bill Eddy at the National Conflict Resolution Center, in San Diego, where she developed conflict resolution skills and techniques for handling high conflict family law disputes. 

Jennifer Kustudia
Marketing Director


Jennifer Kustudia
is HCI’s Marketing Director where she is responsible for all product and communication marketing.

After completing a BA in English, from San Diego State University, Jennifer went on to work in the publishing field. In her previous role as assistant marketing director at Sage Publications, Jennifer managed promotional aspects of sixty top-tier scholarly journals, created promotional content for marketing campaigns, and conducted focus groups.

Jennifer joined HCI in 2018 after working in various roles including many volunteer assignments, and in an educational setting. Her exposure to both scholarly publishing and education has allowed Kustudia to successfully transition her expertise and skills to HCI.