Angela Quigley – CEO
Angela’s primary role at The Old Schoolhouse® is to oversee the general operations of the company, including all financial-related functions. Angela first came to The Old Schoolhouse® in February 2007. Angela and her husband live in the central Kansas area. The Quigleys started homeschooling when their oldest was in first grade. Angela says, “I was one of those that started with the thought that everything had to be like ‘school.’ I have learned a lot since that first year and am so thankful for the many dedicated homeschoolers who share their stories and personal challenges in each issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. What a blessing and encouragement you have all been to me.” The Quigleys have now graduated both of their daughters. Besides work at TOS, you can find her quilting, shopping, cooking, reading, bird watching, singing, and spending time with her hubby of almost thirty years. Her favorite time of the day is dinnertime around the table with family! Angela says, “My mission at TOS is to see the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ furthered and homeschoolers inspired to do their greatest work ever—raising children who want to serve the Lord with their whole heart.”

Jodi Riddle – Director of Human Resources
Jodi started her journey with TOS in April 2016 and serves as the Director of Human Resources . She and her husband, Duane, have been married over 30 years and have spent over 20 years in the ministry. Along with being a pastor’s wife, she homeschooled her 3 (now grown) sons for 18 years and also taught in the private and public-school settings. Jodi enjoys teaching, playing the piano, and making cards. Her heart’s desire is to serve others and use her gifts to glorify the Lord.

Sarah Sechler – Assistant to the Publishers
Sarah joined the TOS family in April 2016 as the Assistant to the Publishers with many years of experience in Administration support. She and her husband, Jeremy, live in Pennsylvania with their two daughters, Isabelle and Alexa. After years of being in the workforce, Sarah felt called to leave her 9-5 job and fully fulfill her God-given role as wife, mother-home educator and is committed to seeing their homeschooling journey through to the end.

Sarah enjoys listening to and playing music, being creative, summer evening campfires and taking trips to the mountains with her family. Most of all she loves the Lord and desires to be an instrument for Him in helping and encouraging others in their homeschooling journey as well.


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