Our Team

Get to know the amazing team that helps you connect with our resources.

Casey Caston

Founder & CEO

What gets me up in the morning is energizing husbands to be self aware and confident in handling their emotional selves. Even better is that I get to live out my purpose surrounded by a team so amazingly talented and ninjas at their craft!

Meygan Caston

Content Director

I’m someone who has a passion to help individuals become the healthiest version of themselves but I couldn’t do it alone. Our team works so hard, is vulnerable, and always makes time to have fun! Marriage365 thrives because of our incredible staff.

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Justin Powell

Marketing

What I’ve learned about marriage:
It’s a miracle that any two people can co-exist while sharing every intimate area of their life…to do this over time requires equal portions of grace, openness, laughter and apologies.

Haylee Forster

Design

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Be self-aware and open to growth… both individually and as a couple. And don’t forget to have FUN and maintain your friendship to build that emotional intimacy!

Brandon Estrella

Brandon Estrella

Technology Director

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Communication and compromise are key.

Sharyn Sakimoto

Customer Service

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Choose to love, honor and cherish every day. Marriage is a gift. Keep God in the center of the marriage and pray often!

Christy Northrop

Customer Service

What I’ve learned about marriage:
I’m a recovered “right fighter”. You don’t always have to be right – it’s exhausting.

Vanessa Hogan

Vanessa Hogan

Marriage Coach

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Communicate early and often, have compassion for your spouse’s feelings and listen to understand!

Cathlene Echan

Social Media

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Always believe the BEST in your spouse. Lean into the hard times and learn to grow together in the discomfort. Continually look for the good, and choose to show gratitude and love every single day.

Rachel Hughes

Video

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Be honest, be humble, and always have fun together.

Matt Davis

Matt Davis

Strategic Partnerships

What I’ve learned about marriage:
You have what it takes to go the distance. It won’t be easy. It won’t always be pretty. You’ll have beautiful highs and have sorrow-filled lows. Be brave. Be honest. It is always worth it. Marriage is good.

Sam Nelson

Sam Nelson

Website Designer

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Be kind to each other and work as a team. There’s nothing better than doing life with your best friend!

Chelcea Cummings

Chelcea Cummings

Senior Designer

What I’ve learned about marriage:
We thrive the most when we choose to work as a team, supporting and sacrificing for one another. And choosing to give grace for all the areas we aren’t perfect!

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Kirstin Salazar

Graphic Designer

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Communication is key. Having lots of grace on each other as we figure out our new roles as parents while maintaining our marriage. Prioritizing each other and lots of laughter!

Phil Wood

Phil Wood

Marriage Coach

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Marriage is an incredible gift and a great joy. It takes a lot of intentionality to be good, but it is so worth it.

Jen Wood

Jen Wood

Marriage Coach

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Marriage is the privilege of doing life with your best friend. It can be challenging at times, but it’s worth it. Learn to communicate well, and to forgive quickly and often. Have fun together and take time to simply enjoy each other.

Jason Hickerson

Email

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Communication is the key. I once heard some one say, “Trudge through the awkwardness.” This feels especially true in marriage. It might be awkward but we have to keep talking about it. 

Patricia Castellon

Public Relations & Brand Ambassador Manager

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Laughing with your spouse is magical. Believing in your spouse is honorable. Loving your spouse is essential. Connecting with your spouse is pivotal. Marriage is teamwork! So build each other to break down life’s brick walls together. 

Summer Northrop

Customer Service

What I’ve learned about marriage:
After watching my parents be married for 26 years, I’ve learned that a happy marriage is about the little giggles and butt squeezes throughout the day. 

Kylee Northrop

Customer Service

What I’ve learned about marriage:
Never stop dating your person!