OUR Faculty

AIMS attracts top talent from around the country. These educators and administrators are all dedicated to the classroom, to the vitality of the school and to the Montessori philosophy. Schedule a tour and meet these kind ambassadors of the School.

  • lisa WEEMS

    TODDLER LEAD Educator

    Candidate for M.S. in Montessori Education (2024) - Whitworth University

     B.S. in Business Management - Marylhurst University

    Montessori Infant and Toddler (0-3) Credential - Montessori Northwest

    Montessori Early Childhood (3-6) Credential - Montessori Northwest

  • Lina Aslangeciner

    Primary Lead Educator

    M.S.in Education - Universität Hildesheim, Germany

    B.S. in German, Biology and Science - Universität Hildesheim, Germany

    Candidate for Montessori Early Childhood (3-6) Credential (2023) - Duhovka Montessori

  • Paige HEfferon

    Primary Lead EDUCATOR

    B.A. in Elementary Education - University of North Florida

    Associate in Liberal Arts - County College of Morris

    Montessori Early Childhood (3-6) Credential - Duhovka Montessori

    • Florida Teaching Certificate

  • beth perkins

    ASSISTANT educator

    • A.S. in Fashion Merchandising - Centenary University

  • Meagan Templeton

    Assistant Educator and Extended Day Lead Educator

    • West Nassau High School

  • kim philo


    • B.A. in Psychology - Florida State University

    • Montessori Elementary I (6-9) Credential - Duhovka Montessori

  • Jason Winesburg

    Upper Elementary LEAD EDUCATOR

    • M.S. in Education - Loyola University

     B.A. in English - Hood College

     Montessori Elementary (6-12) Credential - Washington Montessori Institute

  • Karl Schlobohm


    • M.S.in Ed. Integrative Learning - The Institute of Educational Studies, Endicott College

     M.A. in Literacy Studies - Aberystwyth University

     B.A. in English - Messiah College

     Montessori Secondary I & II (12-18) Credential - Houston Montessori Training Center

  • Rachael Mulnix


     B.M. in Piano Pedagogy - Bob Jones University