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Allison is passionate about her walk with Jesus, and serving others by connecting them to Christ and each other. She enjoys connecting with others over a meal or simply a good cup of tea with scones. Allison is a Software Developer at a local software company and has degrees in Math and Statistics. Prior to working as a Software Developer, she worked as a Research Assistant evaluating various transform methods for DNA sequence analysis of the Human Genome. As a wife and mom life is full, purposeful, and adventurous. Her family attends Crossroads Fellowship. Allison’s heart for Trinity: My desire is for Trinity to continue to positively impact students, bless families, and grow in the Lord’s plan and vision as He reveals. Additionally, I desire that Trinity would continue to distinguish itself through innovative elements and curriculum development and that we will only settle for God’s best for us and not less. My hope is through excellent academics grounded in the Christian faith with an emphasis on “how to think rather than what to think” that our students will - be men and women of integrity - be life-long learners - be passionate about their calling in life - accept and reflect Christ as their Lord and Savior - transform the world for Christ

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Software Developer, SAS

Allison is passionate about her walk with Jesus, and serving others by connecting them to Christ and each other. She enjoys connecting with others over a meal or simply a good cup of tea with scones.

Allison is a Software Developer at a local software company and has degrees in Math and Statistics. Prior to working as a Software Developer, she worked as a Research Assistant evaluating various transform methods for DNA sequence analysis of the Human Genome.

As a wife and mom life is full, purposeful, and adventurous. Her family attends Crossroads Fellowship.

Allison’s heart for Trinity:

My desire is for Trinity to continue to positively impact students, bless families, and grow in the Lord’s plan and vision as He reveals. Additionally, I desire that Trinity would continue to distinguish itself through innovative elements and curriculum development and that we will only settle for God’s best for us and not less.

My hope is through excellent academics grounded in the Christian faith with an emphasis on “how to think rather than what to think” that our students will

– be men and women of integrity

– be life-long learners

– be passionate about their calling in life

– accept and reflect Christ as their Lord and Savior

– transform the world for Christ