2007-08 Summit Planning Committee Planning for the 2007

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2007-08 Summit Planning Committee
Planning for the 2007-08 Summit on Human Dignity began in March of 2007. The following faculty and staff members
served on the planning committee:
KIM BALDWIN - Chair
Assistant Principal for Ministry
Mrs. Baldwin grew up in Phoenix and attended Arizona State University where she
earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in education. After graduating she volunteered one
year with Holy Cross Associates in Colorado. Mrs. Baldwin graduated from The Jesuit
School of Theology at Berkeley with a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) in 2005. She then
worked in Campus Ministry at the Newman Center at ASU. Mrs. Baldwin came to Brophy
in 2006 teaching theology and working in campus ministry. In her current role as
Assistant Principal for Ministry Mrs. Baldwin teaches Gospels in Action and oversees
the Office of Faith and Justice which facilitates all programs related to faith formation on
campus: liturgies, retreats, service programs, community outreach, and our Summit on
Human Dignity.
Office: Office of Faith and Justice, Student Activities Center
Tel: 602-264-5291 x6362
Email: [email protected]
TIM BROYLES
Mr. Broyles grew up in Phoenix. He attended Arizona State University, where he earned
a bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s in Secondary Education. He and his wife
lived and worked in Mexico and Central America for five years, and he currently
coordinates Brophy’s El Salvador trip. He has taught English at Brophy since 1993.
Currently Mr. Broyles teaches in the English and Religious Studies Departments as well
as working in the Office of Faith and Justice.
Office: Office of Faith and Justice, Student Activities Center
Tel: 602-264-5291 x.6434
Email: [email protected]
RON DOUGLAS
Mr. Douglas earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University and a Master
of Arts degree from St. John's Seminary. Prior to coming to Brophy, Mr. Douglas was
involved with campus ministry at Northern Arizona University and Arizona State University's
Newman Center and worked at Catholic Social Services. Mr. Douglas has been a member of
the Brophy faculty since 1997. He teaches Understanding Catholic Christianity and Senior
Synthesis. He is moderator of the Cultural Awareness Club and the Chess Club, involved in
Junior Leadership Retreats.
Classroom: Regis 211
Tel: 602-264-5291 x6377
Email: [email protected]
MATT GAIMARI
Mr. Gaimari earned a BA in History from Boston College in 2004 and is currently in the
process of finishing work on a Master’s degree in Secondary Education Curriculum and
Instruction from Arizona State University. Originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, Mr.
Gaimari has been a member of the Brophy faculty since 2006. Before coming to Brophy,
Mr. Gaimari worked at C.O. Greenfield Middle School in south Phoenix as a member of the
non-profit TeachForAmerica organization. Mr. Gaimari currently teaches Western
Civilization II and AP European History to sophomores. He is also the assistant varsity
wrestling coach and a freshmen football coach.
Classroom: B208
Tel: 602-264-5291 x6299
Email: [email protected]
PATRICK KOLB
Mr. Kolb attended college at Saint Louis University and Truman State University in Missouri
before transferring to Arizona State University where he earned his B.S. in Biology.
Afterwards, he continued at ASU, receiving a Masters in genetics. Mr. Kolb also possesses
Masters of Education with an emphasis on secondary science education. He currently
teaches Environmental Geology, co-coaches the Science Bowl teams and runs the
Environmental Club.
Mr. Kolb joined the faculty at Brophy in June of 2008. He has taught science at private,
public and charter schools since 1993. In his free time, Mr. Kolb enjoys hiking, exercising
and reading.
Classroom: P112
Tel: 602-264-5291 x6482
Email: [email protected]
CHERYL LENOX
Ms. Lenox attended college at Adams State College and Western State College in Colorado.
She received a B.A. from the University of Missouri in 1980 and then continued with
graduate work in Missouri and at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland studying
molecular cell biology and biotechnology. Ms Lenox earned a Masters of Education degree
from Arizona State University with an emphasis on teaching the gifted and talented. She
teaches AP Biology, Honors Biology and coaches the Science Bowl teams.
Ms. Lenox joined the faculty at Brophy in December 2000. She has taught science at private
and public schools since 1983. She enjoys hiking, fly fishing and riding and showing her
cutting horses.
Classroom: Piper 117
Tel: 602-264-5291 x6472
Email: [email protected]
SUSAN MAYNARD
Ms. Maynard has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alabama and a Juris Doctorate
from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, as well as a series of masters level classes
in curriculum development from Arizona State University. She was Assistant Director of
Admissions at Brophy for two and a half years before moving to the English Department.
She is co-moderator of Yearbook.
Classroom: Regis 203
Tel: 602-264-5291 x6513
Email: [email protected]
PATRICIA MAZIER
Mrs. Mazier earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Northern Arizona University and a
Master of Arts degree from Arizona State University. She is a graduate of Xavier College
Preparatory, was in the Peace Corps in Honduras, was a Flinn Scholar Honored Educator,
and was department chair at St. Mary's High School and Gerard High School in Phoenix.
Mrs. Mazier has earned many awards, most recently, the Presidential Award for Science
Teaching while teaching at St. Francis Xavier Catholic School. As a member of the Brophy
faculty this year, she teaches Chemistry and Honors Chemistry. She is also co-moderator
of the Key club.
Classroom: Piper 214
Tel: 602-264-5291 x6225
Email: [email protected]
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