Katie Deatherage (Director of Development)
407-332-6363 ext. 220
Katie Deatherage has served on The Geneva School’s development team since the fall of 2010 and currently serves as the Director of Development. She brings to the position a wealth of fundraising experience having served as a development officer at Rollins College for seven years. While at Rollins, Mrs. Deatherage’s work focused on three distinct areas of development: Rollins’ Annual Fund, athletic fundraising, and major gift solicitation. Additionally, she has augmented her practical fundraising with significant coursework through C.A.S.E. (Council for the Advancement and Support for Education) and Indiana Univeristy’s School of Philanthropy. Mrs. Deatherage holds a B.A. in English Literature from Furman University in Greenville, SC, where she continues to serve as a class agent, providing volunteer solicitation work for the school’s Annual Fund. Katie and her husband Clay have one child at The Geneva School.
Malia Dreyer (Development Coordinator)
407-332-6363 ext. 219
Malia Dreyer officially joined the The Geneva School development team in October 2012. In the spring of 2012, while a senior at Rollins College, she worked as an intern with a primary focus on the annual auction. Although never a student at TGS, Malia is no stranger to the school. Malia’s sister, Ellie Dreyer (TGS Class of 2013), began at TGS in fourth grade. Through watching Ellie and her experiences at Geneva, Malia’s appreciation grew for the impact a Christian classical education has on a student’s life.
Malia graduated from Trinity Prep and earned her B.A. in Psychology from Rollins College in 2012. She enjoys volunteering in the children’s ministry program at her church and was thrilled when the opportunity arose to join the Geneva family!
Sarah Cloke (Communications Coordinator)
407-332-6363 ext. 221
1996 began Sarah Cloke’s relationship with The Geneva School: first as a parent and volunteer, then as an employee. Since 2003 she has worked in both operations and communications. In 2012 she joined the development team putting her organizational and technological skills to work. As the Communications Coordinator, Sarah plays a pivotal role in producing printed pieces like The Courier and the Philanthropy Report, maintaining The Geneva School website, and managing the Geneva calendar of events.
Sarah earned a M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from City University, London. She came to the United States in 1992 with her husband and two small children. Two more children and 20 years later, the Cloke family decided to stay in America in large measure so that their children would benefit from a Geneva education. All four of their children have or will graduate from TGS (Class of 2006, Class of 2008, Class of 2013, and Class of 2015).
AnMarie Calo (Marketing Coordinator)
407-332-6363 ext. 201
AnnMarie Calo has been with The Geneva School’s development team since February of 2011. Originally from New Jersey, she received her B.A. in Studies in the Arts from Richard Stockton College. Later, she studied at Princeton Theological Seminary’s Institute for Youth Ministry in their Certificate Program of Youth & Theology. Used to wearing many hats, she has experience in marketing, fundraising, social media, web design, and is also Geneva’s yearbook instructor. She is an avid reader of fiction, and has a particular love of C.S. Lewis quotes. AnnMarie especially loves hearing the choir sing and the orchestra play during chapel and attending the drama performances. She is huge sports fan and is regularly found enthusiastically cheering on TGS teams.
Kelley Jain (Gifts and Records Manager)
407-332-6363 ext. 218
Kelley Jain joined the school in 2007 as the development coordinator, maintaining the donor database, coordinating the annual fund solicitation and stewardship programs, and serving as the primary alumni contact. Prior to Geneva, she worked for the Florida Literacy Coalition as the Education and Training Coordinator. Mrs. Jain has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Virginia, a B.S. in Horticulture from Virginia Tech, and a Master’s degree in Public Horticulture from the University of Delaware.