The MPCS Executive Council is the key leadership team who helps make the day-to-day decisions in support of fulfilling the MPCS mission. We encourage you to learn more about each member as we feature the various departments weekly.
Title: Director of Marketing and Communications
Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, University of Georgia; Mini-MBA in Integrated Marketing and Communications, Rutgers University; Mini-MBA in Digital Marketing, Rutgers University; Certificate in Marketing Strategy, Cornell University
Number of years in my profession: 26
Professional experience: Prior to joining the MPCS marketing and communications office, I spent six years working for marketing and design firms, first as a designer and then as Senior Art Director. I also spent ten years as a Creative Director in advertising and design, contracting for numerous business-to-business and business-to-consumer clients.
Fun fact: I hold the basketball record at Roswell High School for most 3-pointers ever scored by a player. I also was born and raised in New Jersey, living there through middle school. I enjoy being outdoors, good restaurants, and watching my kids' ball games.
What I'm reading now or favorite book: I'm reading Know. Be. Live. from Impact 360 model about reaching Generation Z.
Connections to MPCS: We have three children at MPCS: Mallory is a senior/lifer, having attended since Kindergarten; Sam is a sophomore/lifer, having attended since PreK4; and RJ is a sixth-grader/lifer, having attended since PreK3.
What I love most about MPCS: I love being part of a family that cares deeply about nurturing children and infusing God's Word in all aspects of their education. I'm lucky to be able to witness the fantastic things our students are experiencing day to day. I wish all could see what I see from the inside of how wonderfully our staff cares for their students and work so hard for the Christian and academic mission of our school. I'm grateful and blessed to be where my kids are and to be able to grow with them. I love starting each day with the devotion and prayer, which is unique in the workplace.
What I love about my role at the school: With my role, I am able to contribute to the continual pursuit of God's excellence in all aspects of communications. There's always something wonderful taking place on campus, so it's exciting to be in a unique position to tell the story of our school.
My hope for MPCS: Faculty and staff are doing great work at this school every single day. Though we aren't perfect, I am very passionate about ways to improve the MPCS experience in every area. My hope is that we embody our mission clearly for students, families, and around the community. I wish everyone could attend MPCS and experience the blessings that our family has been fortunate enough to gain. If they could see what I see, all would want to be here. My husband and I will be forever grateful to MPCS for helping us raise our children.