Email Ms. Heins 

B.S. in Mathematics and Earth Science, University of Notre Dame
M.S. in Policy Analysis, The Pennsylvania State University

Peggy Prevoznik Heins


I hope and believe that the world can be a better place when every child knows that her voice matters, and when the balance of power shifts enough to allow all of us to listen. Serviam is an agent for that magnitude of transformation.


Email Mrs. Herbert  

B.S, Elementary Education K-6, Delaware State University 
M, Ed, Educational Technology, Wilmington University

Altina Herbert


Serviam offers a vast of opportunities to educate the whole child. My passion is to be a part of modeling today's scholars into tomorrow's future! The girls have so much potential that we tap into each and every day! It can't get any better than that!


Email Mrs. Bell 

B.S., Behavioral Sciences, Wilmington University

Kelly Bell

Social Studies and Resource Teacher

When I visited Serviam for the first time I met a student who told me that her goal was to learn as much as humanly possible. At that moment I knew that this was the right place for me. It is so important to give students who want to learn the best opportunity to do just that.

Marybeth Celello

5th/6th Grade Teacher & Admissions Director

I passionately believe that education is a right of all children. Serviam offers a model of what an education can and should be. It provides the academic challenge that will prepare students for whatever path their future takes, while supporting them where they are now. I consider it a privilege to be a part of the Serviam community.


Email Mrs. Gonzalez

Office Management Certified
Health Services Management Certified
Medical Assistant
Practical Nursing Student

Stacy Gonzalez

Student Operations Manager

Life and all of its experiences has been the greatest teacher.


Email Sr. Mildred 

PhD from the University of MD
BS & MA from Fordham University

Sr. Mildred Haipt

Librarian Emeritus

I choose to volunteer at Serviam because I believe passionately in Serviam's mission and the importance of a solid and challenging education for our girls.


Emal Ms. LeCocq 

B.F.A., Theater, Rutgers University

Katherine J. LeCocq

Communcations Manager

Telling the story of Serviam and getting to know it's scholars is a delight. 


Email Mrs. McMahon 

Goldey Beacom College
Retired Manager, Relocation and Expatriate Administration, Hercules

Mary Lou McMahon

Volunteer, Development Team

SGA is an exceptional school with dedicated and inspiring teachers and staff with a mission that I truly believe in.  I volunteer here to help in any way I can to further the program and goals of the school.  For the past 6 years I have seen the program in action, and for the most part, the resulting transition of the students from 5th grade through 8th grade has been outstanding.


Email Ms. McWhirter

B.S. Psychology, Frostburg State University 

M.S Health Education, Purdue Global University 
M.H.A, Purdue Global University 

Jenaee McWhirter

Science Teacher

I chose Serviam Girls Academy because I identified with the values of the organization and I had a great desire to collaborate with young women of the future.


Email Mrs. Memmolo 

B.A., Elementary Education, Appalachian State University

M.A., Mathematics Education, University of Maryland (in progress)

Rebecca Memmolo

Math Teacher, Curriculum Development

Education has the power to offer students the tools for agency and change. As an educator, I strive to provide a meaningful and rigorous learning environment so that each student might be empowered by her own learning. I am grateful to be part of the Serviam community which shares in this commitment to personal and academic growth.

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Email Mrs. Olsavsky

B.A. English - Queens College, City University of New York

Cindy Olsavsky

Director of Development

Serviam Girls Academy changes the trajectory of a young woman’s life in a positive way and I am thankful to be a part of such a meaningful organization. 

Michelle Ray

Director of Human Resourses

Email Ms. Stigers 

Training and Development in the Fragrance and Cosmetics Industry  

Delaware State University 


Information Technology, NJIT

Social Media Marketing, University of Delaware   

Pam Stigars

Graduate Support

“To whom much is given, much is required" - Luke 12:48


Email Ms. Thomas 

BA, Education, Clark Atlanta University

Jade Thomas

English Language Arts

Self expression through literacy is so important for young girls. My insatiable love for the arts derived from the adventures that I went on in each book that I read as a young person. Pairing that with a love for learning, encourages me to share my passion with every student hoping to awaken something equally as special in each of them as their teacher. Serviam is a powerful place for awakening your “who” and “why” in the world.

The content of a book holds the power of education and it is with this power that we can shape our future and change lives.

-Malala Yousafzai-


Bob Kirkwood, Chair
Neilli Mullen Walsh, Vice Chair
Barbra Andrisani, Secretary
Michael Arnold
Lori Brewington
Kristen Bowdoin
Shakesha Clarke
Peter Crivelli
Joe DeSantis
Mike Fortunato
Arlene Harrington
Brian Hopkins
Shaila Kapur
Monica Taylor Lotty
Marion Lynch, OSU
Todd D. Marvin
Musa Nsereko
Margaret O'Dwyer
Bettina Tweardy Riveros
Missy Veghte
Shannon Woodloe
Peggy Prevoznik Heins, ex officio


Barbra Andrisani, Chair
Sr. Mildred Haipt, OSU
Michelle Hogan
Meg Kane-Smith
Joseph Morrissey, OSFS


Stacey Bacchieri
Karen Buckley
David Cole
Cindy Gardner
Sally Gore
Michelle Granger
Martina Hayward
Cynthia D. Hewitt
Terri Kelly
Ellen Kullman
Rosemary Lassiter
Cindy Pettinaro-Wilkinson
Sheridan Quarless-Kingsberry
Michelle Schwandt
Jim Roszkowski
Wendie Stabler