Our Board

The philosophy of the TTT Board is staff led, board protected. The vision and strategies of the organization are created and managed by the President. The board’s role is to act as a sounding board for management, so the best high-level decisions are made considering the vision. TTT is faith-founded and its board members are united in their Christian faith to build God's kingdom with our work.

Jane Eastep

Jane earned a degree in Elementary Education from Ohio Wesleyan University. She taught second grade at Seoul American Elementary School in Seoul, South Korea and earned a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Supervision from Troy State University. Following those four years, she was a Title I remedial reading teacher in grades K-4, teacher of composition writing in grades 2-4 and a third-grade teacher in U.S. public schools. Recently, she had been employed by TTT for six years as co-author of the TTT material, facilitator trainer, and liaison to Haitian school leaders. Jane serves on this board because she loves TTT, a product that empowers teachers and school leaders in developing countries to provide quality education.

Seren Fryatt

Seren earned a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training at Ball State University and a certificate in Sports Impact from Johns Hopkins University of Advanced Academic Programs. She is the Founder and Executive Director of L.A.C.E.S., a Christian sports mentoring organization that uses the power of sport to mentor former child soldiers, street children, Ebola orphans and refugees. She has worked in international ministry in West Africa since 2006. Seren serves on this board because she believes that transformation happens when we equip leaders to mentor the next generation of positive role models.

Jennifer Jukanovich

Jennifer Jukanovich

Jennifer earned a degree from Gordon College and a master’s in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Jennifer is a current doctoral student in the Global Leadership and Change program at Pepperdine University. Jennifer has previously served as the Founder and Executive Director of The Vine, executive assistant to the president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, and personal assistant to President Clinton’s volunteer religious liaison. Most recently, Jennifer served as Vice President for Student Life at Gordon College. Prior to this, Jennifer lived and worked in Rwanda. Jennifer serves on this board because she believes in the leadership and she has seen the need first-hand from her time serving in developing countries.

Beth Mollenhauer

Beth attended Gordon College where she graduated with two bachelor degrees in Elementary Education and Moderate/Severe Special Needs. After college, she worked with 8th grade students with learning disabilities and special needs and then was a 5th grade classroom teacher. Then, Beth was a leader at her church for six years, responsible for writing curriculum and managing the classes and care from birth to 5th grade. For the past 10 years, she has served as the TTT President and co-writer of the training program. Beth serves on this board because it is her honor to come alongside underserved teachers and school leaders.

Priscilla Nelson

Priscilla Nelson

Priscilla earned a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education at Gordon College, Master of Education in Curriculum Development and Educational Leadership from Boston University, and Doctorate in Language and Literacy from the University of Massachusetts. She is an Associate Professor of Education and the Richard F. Gross Chair of Undergraduate Education at Gordon College. Priscilla has over 40 years’ experience in education as a classroom teacher, school principal, and college professor. Priscilla provided guidance to the co-writers of TTT in its early years. Priscilla serves on this board because she is passionate about teacher preparation around the world, especially in reading instruction.

Donna Robinson

Donna earned a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education and History at Gordon College, Master of Education in Reading from Salem State University, a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Education in Innovative Practices in Education from Salem State University, and a Doctorate in Language and Literacy from the University of Massachusetts. She was an Associate Professor of Education at Gordon College, now retired, and currently teaches part time in the Graduate Education Department at Gordon College. Donna has 36 years’ experience in education, specializing in reading, secondary education and critical thinking. Donna serves on the board because she is enthusiastically committed to the mission of TTT – creating rigorous curriculum, teaching teachers, who in turn teach children who have been marginalized.

Angela Smith

Angela earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, majoring in Finance from The University of Georgia. She later earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Brenau University. Angela has acquired over 15 years of accounting experience and has served as the Business Director at Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram since 2012. Angela is married to her husband DJ and they have two children. Angela’s desire to serve on the board stems from her passion for helping children and investing in their future.

Brooke Sulahian

Brooke earned a bachelor’s degree in Management at The University of Texas at Austin. Following a successful thirteen-year career in Human Resources and four years as a stay-at-home mom, Brooke co-founded Hope for Our Sisters, Inc. in January of 2012. She is driven by her belief in the inherent value of each person and her hope that women and girls around the world will one day be fully cherished and valued by their families and communities, as God intended. Brooke believes women and girls can change the world! Brooke serves on this board because she believes education is one of the most impactful change agents in our world and everyone deserves to have access.