Rocky Mountain Classical Academy Board of Directors
Molara Awosefaju- President
Molara Awosefaju has lived in Colorado Springs for over 20 years. She works as a Certified Nursing Assistant and has done so since 2004. She has the privilege of spending most of her time at home raising her three children, all attend RMCA. She is a very active member of her local church, helping to organize their baby dedication and water baptism ceremonies.
Krista Hamilton- Secretary
Krista Hamilton is a graduate of the University of Alabama with a major in Spanish and a minor in Psychology. She came to Colorado Springs when the Army moved her husband here 9 years ago. She and her husband subsequently retired from the Army in Colorado Springs. Krista, having been an Army spouse understands the rigors military families must go through on a day to day basis and brings this understanding to the board. Krista also grew up in Central America and is a fluent Spanish speaker. Her experience in the Central American culture as a child allows her to bring insight and sympathy to board regarding Central American students. They have four
children, three of whom attend RMCA.
Dr. Scott B Cathey has been a Doctor of Chiropractic for almost 20 years, additionally he is a licensed mortgage loan originator. Each career gives him the chance to manage businesses and work with people, two of his favorite things. His wife Heather also owns her own business, which he serves in an advisory role. All three businesses sharpen his problem solving, and decision making skills.
Jamie Fischer - Director
Jamie Fischer, a prior Army veteran, is a graduate of Troy University with a major in IT Resource and Personnel Management with a minor in Computer Networking and Administration. He relocated his family to Colorado Springs in November of 2018 to open up his companies mortgage branch. The experience that he brings to the board of directors includes a finance and technology background. His wife Courtney and him have three wonderful children, of which 1, currently attends RMCA. Outside of work he enjoys investing, discipling men, sports, hunting, and reading.
Randi Tyson - Director
Randi Tyson grew up in rural Kansas, but has spent her adult life in Kentucky, Louisiana and now back in her husband’s home state of Colorado. She is a wife and busy mother to five children, who have all attended RMCA. She is a resident of a local neighborhood that borders RMCA and is an active volunteer at the school. Randi has been involved in many aspects of education since earning her Bachelors in Mathematics Education at Fort Hays State University in 2003, these include; teaching at a public school, teaching at a private classical school, tutoring students from failing schools in math and reading, homeschooling her own children for a season, and helping to run a cooperative program for homeschool families with a strong emphasis in classical education. She hopes to bring these years of experience and passion for educating children to benefit the RMCA community.
Gina Starnes - Director
Gina Starnes is a graduate of Southwestern Assembly of God University with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and an associates in biblical studies. She was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Playing soccer was a big part of her life, and soccer helped pay for much of her college. Gina and her husband moved to Colorado Springs in 2009 to pursue missionary work at UCCS. She worked for six years at The Vanguard School in Colorado Springs as a 5th grade teacher before starting a family. Gina’s husband is a Family Pastor at a local church in Monument, Colorado and they are both very involved in their church community. Gina is now a mother of three, two of whom attend RMCA. She is currently working part-time as a preschool teacher and outside of work she enjoys running, hiking, and spending quality time with her family.
Evan Withrow - Director
Evan Withrow is originally from rural Montana, where he grew up working on his family’s wheat farm. He graduated with a Journalism degree from Gonzaga University and attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. As a full time attorney, Evan practices in various areas of the law including estate planning, probate and trust administration, probate litigation, business law, and real estate matters. Having grown up in a town of only three hundred people where he attended a K-12 school, Evan understands the importance of education and the effect it can have on a community. He plans to use his varied life and professional experiences to provide a unique viewpoint to the board of Directors. Evan moved to Colorado in 2010 for law school and relocated to Colorado Springs in 2015, where he and his wife currently live with their twin daughters.