Meet the Board

COK-SM HSA 2019-2020 Board Members


Wife to Joey, Mom to Caroline (12th at BE), Max (10th at BE), Olivia (7th), Gracie (5th).  Charlestonian for 9 years.  Physical Therapist, lunch lady, substitute teacher, Girl Scout leader.  Lover of sports and athletics. Grateful for faith based education community for my children.  "Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be KIND. Always." 



Wife of Mason, Mom of Violet (5th grade) and Livie (3rd grade). Born in Indiana, lived in Atlanta for 10 years, then happily settled in Mount Pleasant for the past 6 years. Instructs "Music, Fun & Fitness" program at a local preschool while assisting with office management and fundraisers. Grateful for a faith-based education at COK-SM. Enjoys volunteering, lending a hand and building fellowship whenever possible. "Keep shining through; you may be a lighthouse for someone trying to make it." Caroline Naoroji. 


Wife of  Steven, Mom of Tyler (5th grade) and Samantha (3rd grade.) Grew up in New Jersey and lived in Manhattan for 11 years before getting married. Worked in Medical Sales prior to moving to South Carolina in 2015. We have always valued a Catholic Education and enjoy giving back to the community in which we live. "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." - Mahatma Gandhi


SECRETARY: Heather Rhoads

TREASURER: Karen Teffeau


Wife of John, Mom to Maggie (BE High School), Jack (7th grde) and Teddy (3rd grade). Grew up in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and moved to Mount Pleasant 14 years ago to escape New York City and raise our family. Now works with her husband to manage a real estate investment company. Previously worked in NYC for 15 years in asset management. Enjoys boating, the beach, volunteering and spending time with family and friends. "I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples." Mother Teresa                          


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