Stephanie Asante is a Ghanaian-American. With a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s in Social Work, Stephanie has devoted much of her social work career to improving and enhancing social services for the most vulnerable population of our society, children and young adults. She has worked with organizations, communities, and districts on developing, implementing, and monitoring social and educational services on a city and state level. Stephanie have spent most of her life in New York City and moved to Denver, Colorado to start a family. Stephanie enjoys spending quality time with her family and event planning.
Courtney Theisen bio is coming soon.
Soy Chung is a Special Education teacher at Wheeling Elementary school. She was born and raised in South Korea and immigrated to pursue her passion for languages at University of Colorado at Boulder. She completed a master’s degree in Linguistics focusing on TESOL(Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). She believes in power of building a strong relationship with students. She enjoys swing dancing, marathon, hiking and golfing. As an educator, Soy has been teaching students with needs since 2018. Soy also teaches Korean language to local communities and loves cooking food.
Alison Douglas is a speech-language pathologist. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire and her Master’s degree from the University of Massachusetts. She is from a small town in Massachusetts and recently moved to Colorado. At Wheeling, she has the pleasure of working with students to enhance their communication skills. Outside of work, Alison enjoys hiking, camping, and spending time with her friends and family. Alison is very excited to join the Wheeling Elementary team!
Jennifer Swanson bio coming soon.
Aevin Perabo is a Special Education teacher at Wheeling Elementary. He completed a master’s degree at Regis University with honors from Denver, Colorado. Originally from El Paso, Texas he came to Denver to study and decided to call Colorado home. In his spare time he enjoys biking, hiking, and walking. He chose to work at Wheeling because of the diversity of students and staff, which demonstrates the school district’s commitment to hiring quality staff regardless of ethnicity.