Meet the Team
Sarah serves as the Director of the Marietta Student Life Center. Sarah believes in restorative leadership and the potential of working with others to transform our communities. This mindset influences the way she builds community partnerships to support our students, families, and staff.
Sarah's career spans over 20 years in the fields of mental health and K-12 education settings. She holds degrees from University of Maryland, McDaniel College and Johns Hopkins University. Sarah spends her weekends at the horse farm or checking out new restaurants in the city.
Terrance serves as Program Facilitator at the MSLC. Terrance believes in working together to achieve great success in the personal and professional lives of our students, families, and staff. Terrance is a trained facilitator of restorative conferences - an approach that allows individuals to come together and solve conflicts in a way that is respectful and solution-focused. Terrance also coordinates the Expanded Learning Opportunity Coalition.
When not working at the MSLC, you can find him on the field as an Assistant Football Coach. He earned his BA at Liberty University in Psychology. He loves his family and enjoys spending time with his wife, son and daughter.
Diana is a School Counselor with the Marietta Student Life Center and leads the Family and Community Engagement Coalition. Diana believes every student deserves to be respected and heard and is dedicated to using her skills to support and facilitate positive change for all students. She is passionate about ensuring our LatinX children and families feel connected to the Marietta community. Diana holds degrees from Kennesaw State University and Liberty University. In her spare time she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Marie serves as the Coordinator for Student Integrated Supports and School Counselor in the Marietta Student Life Center. You can find Marie leading individual sessions, small groups, professional development for staff, or coordinating additional support services for students. Her work is driven by her passion for trauma-informed practices, bullying prevention, and crisis response.
Marie has been a Professional School Counselor for 15 years. She holds degrees from Western Illinois University, Mississippi State University, and Carson Newman University. When she isn't working, Marie loves to travel or spend time with her partner and their three dogs.
Annie connects our students, families, and school staff with the resources they need to thrive. She values the dignity of all and strives in every action to preserve it. Annie earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Services at Kennesaw State University.