St. Anne’s Episcopal School in Middletown recently welcomed seven new faculty and staff members, including a new director of finance and operations.
Aimée Perez-Weil is the new director of finance and operations at St. Anne’s Episcopal School, replacing Claudia Sardo who retired after 15 years. Perez-Weil started at St. Anne’s this summer and has overseen campus improvements made possible by the recently completed Capital Campaign, including the construction of a new middle school music room and the conversion of many classrooms into more flexible learning spaces with new furnishings and technology.
Perez-Weil holds an Master of Business Administration from the University of Baltimore where she also received her bachelor's degree in business administration and accounting. She comes to St. Anne’s from the Institute of Notre Dame, an all-girls high school in Baltimore City, where she worked for seven years. Her success there and at other nonprofits in the region earned her the 2014 Best in Finance-CFO Award according to the Baltimore Business Journal.
Jesse Hushion is teaching fourth grade. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and a Master of Arts in childhood and special education from Mount St. Mary's.
Stephanie Kepplinger is associate teacher in the second grade. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education from Elon University.
Kayce Scioli is a kindergarten lead teacher. She holds a Bachelor of Science in elementary education from Cabrini College.
Sarah Shpak is teaching middle school computer science, science, technology, engineering and math, and is a sixth-grade adviser. She holds a Bachelor of Science in wildlife conservation from the University of Delaware.
Minerva Vargas-Miletti is teaching middle school Spanish and is a seventh grade adviser. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in education and theater from the University of Puerto Rico.
Danielle Cummins has joined St. Anne’s staff as administrative assistant and registrar. She holds a Bachelor of Science in design from Drexel University.
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