Sally has been the Executive Director since July 2015. Sally earned an accounting degree at WKU after graduating from Franklin-Simpson High School. She and her husband, John, lived in Rochester, NY for several years, then moved to Franklin where they are raising their four children. Sally is a committed advocate for the adults in our community. She enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Center Coordinator: Kim Buck
Kim is usually the person to greet students, volunteers, and newcomers when they come in or call the Literacy Center. Her job includes meeting with new students for orientation and assessment, administrative tasks, and editing the quarterly newsletter. Kim holds a BS degree in Health Education from the University of Nevada, Reno. She pursues lifelong learning as a way of life. She enjoys outdoor activities with her husband, Chris, and volunteering with her therapy dog, Lola.
Andrea Brant is the SCLC HiSET (High School Equivalency) and Literacy instructor. She holds a masters degree in Adult Education from Western Kentucky University, and has 12 years of experience teaching adults learners for HiSET, GED, college entrance exams, and English language instruction. When she is not assisting her adult students, Andrea enjoys reading, writing, yoga, hiking, and volunteering. Her favorite books of all time are A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Betty Smith) and A Penny's Worth of Character (Jesse Stuart). Her favorite quote is by Henry Ford:
"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.
English Language Instructor:
Kathryn has been the English language teacher since June 2016. She has a bachelors in history from WKU and a masters in intercultural studies and teaching English to speakers of other languages from Wheaton College. She loves reading and playing boardgames with her husband Daniel.