Mrs. Latana Coile has been in education for 27 years and presently serves as an Instructional Coach/Social Studies teacher at Madison County High School in Danielsville, GA. Mrs. Coile presently holds Georgia 6-12 certifications in Behavioral Science; Economics; Geography; Gifted In-Field; History; and Political Science, as well as Early Childhood Education. She has also completed training as a Teacher Support Specialist; Instructional Coach; Co-Teacher and is approved by the College Board as an Advanced Placement U.S. History and Psychology instructor. During her teaching career, Mrs.
Beth Chitwood received her M.M. in Piano Pedagogy in 2008 from the University of Georgia in Athens, GA, and B.A. in Music in 2006 from Emmanuel College. She returned to Emmanuel College in the fall of 2008 to teach in the music department, where she teaches the class piano sequence, accompanies vocal and instrumental students, and accompanies musical theater productions.
Sandy has a B.A. in health and physical education from Catawba College and an M.A. in health education with a special emphasis in exercise science; she has been a certified athletic trainer at the Division I and Division II collegiate level.
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Degrees earned: Master of Accountancy
Came to Emmanuel: Fall 2004
Area of Concentration: Management
Teaching Responsibilities: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting; Small Business Management (Entrepreneurship); Personal Financial Management; Computer Applications I and II
Rev. Robby Brown earned a B.S. in Christian ministries from Emmanuel, an M.Div. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and is currently pursuing his D.Min. at Mid-America Seminary.
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Dr. Leslie Boucher earned the Bachelor of Music Education from Indiana University, the Master of Arts (Ethnomusicology) from Long Island University in New York, and the Ph. D. in Music History and Theory from the University of Georgia. Dr.