2014-15 School Year
Jordan teaches all levels of Latin and also serves as the languages advisor for Kolbe Academy. He converted to the Catholic Church in 2010 following several years of intense prayer and resistance. In 2017, he earned a Ph.D. in History and Literature of Ancient Christianity from Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, Germany. He and his wife live in Germany with their four children."
Suzanne Brown holds a Bachelor of Arts in Latin from Louisiana State University and a Master of Arts in Classical Languages from Texas Tech University. She has taught Latin, Classical Mythology, and Latin and Greek Etymology at the college, secondary, and elementary levels. Her favorite classical authors include Cicero, Caesar, Virgil, and Homer. In addition to teaching, Mrs. Brown has coached track and field at the high school level. Personal interests include photography, cooking, reading, gardening, and SEC football. Mrs. Brown currently resides in eastern North Carolina with her husband and seven homeschooled children, the oldest being a Kolbe Academy Online high school student.
2017-18 School Year
Jenni Mammola has been teaching French for nearly 14 years. She holds a B.A. in French and Journalism from Baylor University and an M.A. in French from San Francisco State University. Jenni first fell in love with the French language in junior high, and then knew it was her calling to pursue a lifelong study of the language and culture when she attended the Baylor in Paris study abroad program while an undergrad. From there, she spent time working with preschoolers and grade-schoolers at French immersion schools in the San Francisco Bay area while pursuing her Master's degree. Most recently, she has spent the past 12 years teaching French and English at a large Catholic high school in Northern California. Now that her family is moving across the country, Jenni is excited to be joining the Kolbe community and the world of online teaching. She is a new transplant to Tampa, Florida, where she lives with her husband, David, and their four children.
Sandra considers herself a lifelong learner and finds the teaching profession a rewarding one because there is always something new to discover. She holds an M.A. in Spanish from Simmons College and is excited to bring her high school and community college teaching experience to the Kolbe community. Her professional interests include oral proficiency assessment and curriculum design and assessment. In her free time, she enjoys listening to Fulton Sheen's talks, reading about the astonishing miracles of St. Padre Pio, gardening and sewing. Sandra and her husband are happily married and have one daughter.