Soccer - JV Girls
Head Coach: Teneice Stegall | profile
Teneice Stegall joined the College Counseling office in 2016 as Associate Dean. She came to LFA from Rhodes College in Memphis, where she worked as Associate Director of Admission. Her previous experience includes working as College Guidance and Alumni Support Counselor at the Soulsville Charter School in Memphis and as an Admission Evaluator for the Office of Undergraduate Admission at Vanderbilt University. Teneice earned her B.A. in Religious Studies from Rhodes College and her Master of Theological Studies from Vanderbilt University. She is a residential faculty member residing in Weinbrenner, and serves as coach for JV Girls Soccer.
Olivia Poska | profile
Olivia Poska has been an instructor in the departments of English and Fine Arts at Lake Forest Academy since 2015. She graduated magna cum laude from Bowdoin College with a double major in English and History of Art, and holds an M.A. in History of Art from Williams College. Before arriving at LFA, Olivia taught courses in history of art at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; University of Illinois-Chicago; and Dominican University, and held curatorial internships at Harvard University’s Fogg Museum of Art, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, and Williams College Museum of Art. She has been the recipient of several grants and prizes for teaching and research awarded by the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY, NY); the U.S. State Department’s Fulbright Program; and Williams College. At LFA, she teaches A.P. Art History, English 11, and A.P. English Language and Composition. She also coaches junior varsity girls’ soccer, and is a dorm parent in Ferry Hall, where she lives with her husband, Andrew, Dean of College Counseling, and their seven-year-old daughter, Eleanor.
Kathryn Schoeberlein | profile
Kathryn Schoeberlein became the Assistant Director of the Stuart Center for Global Leadership (SCGL) and the Global Youth Leadership Institute (GYLI) in fall 2016.
Her previous teaching and administrative experience was at the Hamlin School in San Francisco, where she was a grade level coordinator, teacher, advisor and coach. Her previous professional experience was at St. Mark’s School of Texas in Dallas and the Riverstone International School in Boise. She has led student travel programs to places ranging from Fiji to Rome to Wyoming.
Kathryn earned her BA in Political Science and History at Southern Methodist University, her MEd in Elementary Education from Towson University, and her MEd in Educational Leadership from Southern Methodist University. She is a residential faculty member and lives in New Hall.