Whitney Saxon, Founder

Whitney is a 20-something life coach specializing in helping girls & women become more confident in who they are and where they're going in life.

She loves spending time with her new husband and family, eating ice cream and being outside. She's a passionate coffee drinker. 

Whitney is originally from Indiana and currently resides in Atlanta, GA. She received her bachelor's in Journalism and English from Indiana University. 

Get to know her a little bit better by reading her blog or following her on Instagram.


Emma Call, Intern

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Emma is a second year at the University of Virginia who absolutely loves to run! She also is an avid cook, hiker, and coffee connoisseur, and can be found on any average day enjoying a cup of joe at her favorite coffee shops in Charlottesville.

Studying Kinesiology, Emma has always been fascinated by movement and the body. But most of all, she is passionate about how mindset and confidence affects athletic performance and day-to-day wellbeing.

As a member of the UVA Track and Field Team, she has seen her fair share of injuries. But every setback has shown her that it takes a network of support in order to fully recover, which can include family, friends, teammates, or even strangers.

Through To Love Ourselves, Emma wants to be a part of a supportive group that helps women through tough times and will show them that they are enough, no matter what they look like, who they are, or where they come from.


Kimmy Crickette, Intern

Kimmy is absolutely ECSTATIC to be a part of such a wonderful project.

Half American, half Italian, she currently is a UCLA student, a sister, a goof, a klutz, and a lover of all things colorful, hoping to one day be a teacher. She loves both the sweet and the savory, the feeling right before falling asleep, history factoids, and the arrivals gate in airports. Old couples pluck at her heartstrings, the smell of books make her feel calm, and everything about beaches at dusk make her feel content.

There is so much joy, comfort and camaraderie in the fact that there is no emotion we hold that another human being is not also capable of feeling and encouraging us through; that is what The Letter Project is to her, and she is so grateful that it exists. 

This summer, Kimmy is handling our Ambassador Program!