We would like to introduce the new TIMA Crew Board for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. Some of our goals for this school year will include additional forms of communication and forming committees for parent volunteers. We encourage all parents to participate in The Crew and look forward to working together. Please use this email if you have direct questions or ideas for us. We encourage your feedback! email@example.com
Jennifer Turner, President
Jennifer Turner is honored to have her two sons at Tybee Island Maritime Academy. Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Brewton Parker College and her Master of Education in Instructional Technology from Georgia Southern University. She has spent much of the last decade as a high school instructor of Business Education and Career Technology in the Savannah Chatham Public School System. Jennifer taught at Windsor Forest High School and was fortunate to be part of the inaugural faculty at Islands High School where she served as head of the Career Technical Agricultural Education department and Work Based Learning Coordinator. After achieving a successful career in education, Jennifer desired to assume a volunteer position of supporting the faculty, staff and students at TIMA. Jennifer’s goal for TIMA Crew is to increase communication with all stakeholders as well as foster a creative, productive network of parent volunteers.
Lizzie Kronsberg, Vice President
Lizzie Kronsberg has lived on Tybee Island for the past five years and is a founding member of the TIMA Crew. During the past three years she has served in various positions such as events and fundraising. Lizzie is also the chairperson for the Scholastic Book Fair that TIMA holds each year in the spring. In addition to her many responsibilities at TIMA, Lizzie also works for a grant management software development company. Her son, Sid Johnson, will be in the 3rd grade during the 2016-2017 school year. He started TIMA in Kindergarten the year the school opened and will be part of the first graduating class to finish all six years at the school!
Misty Hughes, Secretary/Membership
Misty Hughes is the mother of three children. Her oldest is a 9th grader at Savannah Arts Academy, she has a 6th grader at Coastal Middle School and the youngest is a kindergartener at TIMA. Misty is thankful that SCCPSS offers so many school choices and is grateful to see her children benefit from many of the best. Misty truly believes that many of these schools are as good (or better!) than the private schools in our community. She has enjoyed serving as room mom for many classrooms, on several PTA boards and has spent many hours volunteering at her children’s schools. Misty believes that volunteering is a great way to really get to know her children’s school environment, their teachers and classmates. This school year was the first for her family at TIMA and they have plenty of great things to say about it! Misty’s family loves the small, nurturing environment and the approach to teaching and learning that accommodated every child as an individual. As a Crew member, Misty is hoping to welcome and encourage plenty of new volunteers to join in and make our great, little school even better.
Rory Coyle, Treasurer
Rory Coyle has fulfilled the title of President of the TIMA Crew for the past 2 years. She was on the board that founded the Crew and served as Chairman. She has spent countless hours fundraising, supporting and volunteering at the school. She is the mother of two boys at TIMA who are currently in the 3rd grade and Kindergarten. Rory and her family enjoy spending time at their farm in Bloomingdale named Gypsy Moon Farms.
Susie Glauner, Events
Susie Glauner is new to the TIMA family, arriving in Savannah in 2014. She is the proud mother of two boys, the oldest of whom (Sam) was in first grade at TIMA this past year. She relocated with husband Mark for his new position at Gulfstream from St. Mary’s County in southern Maryland. Susie holds a BA in English and Minor in German from the Pennsylvania State University, where she focused on honing a strong rhetorical writing skill as well as assisting peers develop their writing abilities within the Center for Excellence in Writing. She has worked professionally in marketing, events, communications and business management for small businesses in the DC area. In addition, she was a freelance writer for various organizations including Southern Maryland This is Living magazine. She has also served on the board of the Southern Maryland Youth Orchestra and Choir and participated in various volunteer roles in the DC and southern Maryland area. She is excited to bring energy, creativity, and communication expertise to the TIMA Crew and great families of TIMA.
Kellie Jenkins, Fundraising
Kellie Jenkins is from Savannah and could not imagine raising her children anywhere else. Walker will be in 4th grade next year and daughter Preslie will be in the 2nd grade at TIMA. After attending a big, traditional school during Walkers kindergarten year, she feels very blessed to have her children attending TIMA. Kellie and her family spend a lot of time on the water and she loves being “taught” by her children about our beautiful rivers and marshlands. Kellie looks forward to serving on the TIMA Crew Board and is excited to be a part of the future of our little school.