We're proud to welcome our newest faculty and staff members to the CSG community. Each one brings expertise, experience, and passion to their role, and we're so excited to have them with us.
Our new faculty and staff members join us with an exceptional depth and breadth of knowledge, from critical care nursing to computer science and beyond. Some of the roles they fill have existed for decades, while others are brand new (like Lower School Mandarin and Digital Media). Together, they are helping to enhance and expand the CSG experience both in the classroom and in the community.
Meet our new community members below:
Corey Baker | Director of Library Services
Corey earned his Bachelor's degree in psychology and education from Swarthmore College and completed his Master’s degree in library and information sciences, with a dual concentration in reference and user services and archives, at the University of Denver. He brings almost ten years of experience as a middle school librarian at Keys School and an upper school librarian at Milton Academy. Corey has used his role as librarian to enhance academic programs and to build curiosity, and looks forward to continuing this work at CSG.
Beth Chaudry | US History Part-Time
Beth spent her middle and upper school years attending the Kent Place School, an all-girls independent school in Summit, NJ. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in political science from Yale University and completed her Master of Arts in Teaching, with a concentration in social studies, at Boston University. She brings five years of experience teaching upper school social studies, as well as her most recent experience developing curriculum for an online educational platform. Beth’s personal, educational, and professional experience align with the goals and mission of CSG, and she is excited to have the opportunity to be a part of the teaching staff.
Jacqueline DeMarco | Aquatics Director & Unicorn Sports Coordinator
Jacque earned her Bachelor’s degree in sociology and religious studies from Colgate University and completed her Master’s degree in sports management from the State University of New York at Cortland. She brings over ten years of experience coaching collegiate-level field hockey. Most recently, she has held the position of head field hockey coach at Kenyon College, where she was also the Title IX coordinator and a physical education/health instructor. She sits on the NCAA Division III Sports Committee and has a long list of coaching accomplishments to date. Jacque excels at the challenge of planning and monitoring program success and looks forward to collaborating with her new colleagues to enhance the overall student experience at CSG.
Brittany Harrison | MS/US Counselor
Brittany earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University and her Master’s degree in school counseling from the University of Akron. She brings five years of experience as an administrative assistant at Hathaway Brown School, where she supported the integration of the Aspire Program and completed her Masters practicum, shadowing and assisting their Middle School Counselor. She has also completed two six-month internships with Shaker Heights Middle School and Twinsburg High School.
Dr. Alicia Miklos | US Spanish Faculty
Alicia earned her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Ohio University. She then completed her Master’s degree in Spanish, Latin American and peninsular literatures, cultures, and linguistics, and her Ph.D. in contemporary Latin American literatures and cultures, with a minor in women, gender, and sexuality studies, both from the Ohio State University. She brings over five years of experience as an assistant professor of Spanish at Texas Tech University and served as a long-term Spanish substitute at CSG for the 2019-2020 school year. Alicia looks forward to the opportunity to engage in student-centered learning and to mentor beginning to advanced Spanish students.
Grace Najmulski | LS Mandarin Part-Time
Grace earned her Bachelor’s with a double major in Chinese Literature and Language and Japanese Studies from Middlebury College. She brings her experience as a beginning and intermediate level instructor and tutor for the Middlebury College Chinese Department. Grace has a passion for teaching the younger generation, and instilling within them a belief that they can do anything they set their minds to.
Savannah Neely | Athletic Coordinator
Savannah earned her Bachelor’s in Biology and General Biological Studies from Ohio University. She is beginning her fourth year as a Research Assistant for Ohio University’s Diabetes Institute and has been an active Lifeguard and Swim Instructor for CSG since 2016. Savannah has loved her work environment, co-workers, students, and staff over the past five years, and she is thrilled to be involved in the athletics department at CSG.
Rocío Knotts | LS/MS Spanish Faculty
Rocío earned her Bachelor’s degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from the Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto in Argentina and completed her Master’s degree in world language education, with a concentration in linguistics and Spanish, at West Virginia University. She brings over fifteen years of experience teaching English as a second language in addition to teaching Spanish. Rocío believes in the value of creating real-life situations for students to practice Spanish and looks forward to using this lesson plan strategy at CSG.
Jennifer Price, RN | School Nurse
Jennifer earned her Associate Degree of Nursing from the Central Ohio Technical College and completed her Bachelor of Science in nursing at the Chamberlain College of Nursing. She brings over fifteen years of experience as a registered nurse. Most recently she served as a clinical team lead RN, developing and leading school nursing services at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She has previously worked in both New Albany and Licking Heights Local Schools, and served as a substitute school nurse at CSG from 2013-2015. Jennifer is excited for the opportunity to bring her knowledge and passion for school nursing to work at CSG.
Casey Pritchard | LS Faculty
Casey earned her Bachelor’s degree in adolescent young adult education and creative writing from Miami University. She brings almost five years of experience in student teaching and assistant teaching. She also taught Form V social studies at CSG for the 2020-21 academic year. Casey believes that the integration of historical and 21st-century content sparks thoughtful classroom conversations about inequality, justice, and progress, and she is excited to continue these conversations at CSG.
Kelly Privette | Digital Media Coordinator
Kelly is a CSG graduate from the class of 2016 and earned her Bachelor’s degree in new media & digital design, economics, and creative writing from Fordham University at Lincoln Center. She brings two years of experience as Fordham University’s Digital Manager for Branding, where she created branded informational materials and merchandise for prospective students. Kelly is excited to be back and to help share CSG’s best stories on social media to embrace and expand the CSG community.
William Sierzputowski | US Computer Science
Will is a graduate of the Wellington School and earned his Bachelor’s degree in engineering education from Ohio Northern University. He brings two years of experience as a college math tutor and STEM curriculum developer for ONU. As a curriculum developer, Will created lesson plans for high school and college level courses that focused on integrating engineering content and design processes into standard mathematics curricula. Will is heavily invested in the future of STEM education. In particular, he is interested in leading after-school activities such as robotics, esports, and theater tech, and cannot think of a better way to connect with students and to help shape them into confident women.
Jennifer Sugerik | Choral Director/General Music Teacher
Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Music in Music Education with a Choral Emphasis from Bowling Green State University. She brings 30 years of experience in public and private vocal music education, and 35 years as a professional performer and teacher in piano and organ. Many of her former students are professionals in the music industry from Opera and Broadway to talent management and technicians. Jennifer believes that students need to enjoy lessons, love learning, and know how to successfully practice, and that her job is to inspire and instill knowledge in a way that each individual learns and gains confidence.
Kristin Tremper | US History Faculty
Kristin earned her Bachelor’s degree in history from George Mason University and completed her Master’s degree in history from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently working towards her Ph.D. in history from Lehigh University with an expected graduation date of August 2021. Kristin brings over ten years of experience in the field of education, working as a teaching and research assistant, teaching fellow, and college level history instructor. In the time she has spent in independent schools, Kristin has gained an immense appreciation for how they are able to create academically rigorous and nurturing learning environments, which align with her own values as an educator.
Meghan Weaver | Assistant Director, Constituency Engagement
Meghan earned her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, with a concentration in Public Relations, from Franklin University. She brings over ten years of experience in marketing, advertising, and community event planning. Many of those years were spent working in development and fundraising for local non-profits such as Friends of the Shelter and Special Olympics Ohio. Meghan believes that engaging individuals daily can be an impactful experience and looks forward to sharing her talent for development at CSG.
Jessi Wright | Campaign Development Associate
Jessi earned her Bachelor’s degree in English language and literature with a focus in professional writing, literature, and women's, gender, and sexuality studies from Miami University and completed her Master’s degree in digital rhetoric and professional writing from Michigan State University. She brings previous experience in communications management, social media, and document design skills. In her free time, she has also volunteered directing symposia for the purpose of engaging community members in social justice and gender equality work.