Master of Business Administration, Northwestern University
As the child of a teacher, I witnessed the power of education as I was growing up. I always knew that I wanted to be part of a school that supports the growth and development of young people. I am very lucky to be part of such a community at Elgin Academy and am grateful be surrounded by such joy in learning as exists here.
- Marnie Kut
As Development Director, I help to enhance the learning experience for each student through fundraising. The fundraising efforts of the extraordinary team in the Development office help make it possible for our students to explore new worlds, confidently give presentations, learn their own strengths on the athletic field, and shine artistically. Development also supports the entire Elgin Academy community from our faculty to our parent volunteers. What happens at EA every day would not be possible without their efforts and the Development Office assists them in every way we can.
I am grateful to the entire Elgin Academy community which helps our students learn and thrive and happy to be a part of it all.
Elgin Academy is a place where every student is valued and celebrated for who they are as individuals. As a member of this amazing community, my priory is to support our students' educational experience through summer programing, the website, events, and fundraising. I am truly grateful to have found a place which cherishes every child including my own.
- Tanya Moore
Fund Raising and Grant Writing Certification, Portland Community College
I am so excited and thankful for the opportunity to support EA as their Development Resident. I believe quality education has the power to change lives, communities, and our collective future. I am grateful for the opportunity to witness the transformation EA brings to our students.
- Lindsey Knight
Being a part of the EA Community means being in a place where people genuinely care. We celebrate each other in our successes and support each other in our challenges. We come to this place not just because it is a job or it is our school, but because we truly believe in the experience that takes place on our campus.
- Jenn Brown