BOARD MEMBER EMERITUS
Ann and her husband Ed, retired and moved to Bradenton, FL in 1994. They were Lay Salvatorians, looking for a new ministry when they met Sister Nora Brick OSF, who was interested in starting a school to teach English to adult speakers of other languages. Since the school opened in 1995, Ann has served as President on our Board of Directors. After stepping down as Board President, Ann has continued to serve as a teacher and office manager for several years. She is now ori our Board as a member Emeritus and school historian.
Her background includes being a director of Religious education, teaching sixth and third grade, and after obtaining her Master's in Curriculum, Instruction and Technology became the school's computer teacher. She attended Maryland University for her bachelor's degree in Education, and Catholic University in Washington, DC for her Masters.
She spent a few years with a development company designing educational software for the US Army, and also taught computer classes at Trinity College in Washington, DC as adjunct professor. Ann and Ed retired to Bradenton, FL in 1994 where they met Sr. Nora who was interested in starting a literacy center for non English speaking people. After opening in 1995 Ann continued as President of Project Light, teacher, and office manager for several years. After stepping down, remained on the board as emeritus member where she continues her interest in the growth of Project Light.Back