Kirsten West – Marketing Director
Kirsten West and her husband homeschooled their twin high schoolers using a Classical/Charlotte Mason literature-based approach. She founded a market research company focused on markets and applications for emerging short-range wireless technologies, and spent twenty years in marketing and sales in various start up and research companies. She holds a PhD in Biophysics, an MS in Experimental Physics, and spent many years teaching and tutoring children and young adults. She is the author of the Doodles Do AlgebraTM math curriculum for the creative child at

Heather Vogler- Affiliate Manager
Heather Vogler, her husband, and five children call the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia home where they homeschool and homestead. Heather has homeschooled her children from the beginning and enjoys an eclectic style of teaching. As a freelance writer she has been published in Focus on the Family Magazine, War Cry Magazine, and Brio Magazine. Heather holds a BA in Christian Ministries and currently works at The Old Schoolhouse® as the Affiliate Manager.

Heidi Mosher – The Old Schoolhouse® Marketing Team Manager
Heidi Mosher lives in beautiful Michigan where she homeschools three of her children and strives to point them to the Lord. She is also the mother of a recent homeschool graduate. Educated at Dordt College in Iowa, Heidi has held various roles in non-profit marketing in both St. Louis and Michigan. Currently, she serves The Old Schoolhouse® as the Press Release Manager and as a Marketing Writer.

Sheila Chairvolotti – Business Analytics Team Manager
Sheila lives in New England and has homeschooled her children through to graduation. She has a background in biology and environmental studies and loves helping others learn to succeed in and enjoy science and math.

Kristen Heider- Business Building Team Manager
Kristen is a housewife and mother to a teen stepson and two younger children. She is a certified social studies teacher and has worked as a volunteer at a National Park site, in the education department of a metropolitan zoo, and as a high school history teacher. Kristen has maintained a blog where she relates her family’s learning experiences at since 2015. A Mom’s Quest to Teach is a regular column covering elements of teaching and learning (with an eye towards homeschooling), parenting, crafting, and all of the discoveries, joys, and daily roller coaster rides that occur while being a mom.

Christine Weller – Marketing Team Manager With a background in teaching in the public sector, Christine Weller made the decision early on that she would teach her children at home. She has been homeschooling her two boys, 10 and 6, since birth in the lovely province of Ontario, Canada. Through her Weller Mom blog, she writes to encourage moms in their journey of motherhood. She is also the author of two children’s books. She is currently working to support homeschoolers everywhere through the roles of Marketing Team Manager for and Marketing Assistant for The Canadian Schoolhouse.

Paola Barona – Social Media Manager

Paola (p-ah-OH-l-ah) lives in the Sunshine State of Florida with her husband and their two daughters. She has been homeschooling her daughters from the beginning using a Classical approach. Paola has a bachelor’s degree in digital marketing and works at The Old Schoolhouse® as Social Media Manager. As a military wife, she enjoys the freedom that homeschooling offers to travel and spend more time with the family while being in charge of her kids’ education.

Stephanie Morrison – Canadian Team Manager

Stephanie, her husband and two boys are comfortably nestled in the trees in Ontario, Canada. She has educated her two youngest boys, ages 14 and 11, since birth. Pursuing her calling to help parents enjoy the responsibility of educating their children, she works for The Old Schoolhouse® in the Canadian division and in sales support helping to connect parents to the materials and programs that help them teach. She loves being a homebody, growing food indoors and out, and building up her permaculture property.


"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).