Dr. Kolman enters her 15th year as Oglethorpe Charter School’s Assistant Principal, responsible for discipline and safety, with an additional 20 years of sixth grade through twelfth-grade teaching and coaching experience. Dr. Kolman earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and Health as an honors graduate from Missouri Valley College (1984). As an NAIA All-District softball player and basketball playoff student/athlete over a four-year period, her efforts afforded her the honor of becoming the first African American female student/athlete inducted into the Missouri Valley College Athletic Hall of Fame (2003). She earned her Master of Education degree from Cambridge College (2002) and later earned her Specialist/Doctorate Degrees in Administrative Leadership from Argosy University (2009).
Dr. Kolman’s motto continues to be, “Good is Not Good Enough when the Best is Expected.” Dr. Kolman will continue to promote and uphold our school’s mission statement which is focused on a continued partnership with parents and community to inspire students to pursue personal and academic achievement.
In her free time, she enjoys supporting the Titan and Lady Titans sports programs as well as traveling to see her eldest son, Joshua Mayo, a graduate of Windsor Forest High, (2007) and granddaughter, Alyssa Jannelle (7th Grade, Louisville, Kentucky, Honor Student/Athlete) in her family’s travel trailer which will ultimately become her full-time residence upon retirement.