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Salisbury Academy welcomes new staff, board members

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This year, Salisbury Academy welcomes two new staff members to its family, as well as three new members to its board of trustees.

New staff members to join Salisbury Academy

Jane Current joins Salisbury Academy as the fifth-grade teacher and brings with her 27 years of experience teaching in the Rowan-Salisbury Schools. Current graduated from Catawba College in 1989 with a B.A. in middle grades education and went on to teach at Knox and West Rowan middle schools. Speaking on her years of teaching, Current says that she most cherishes the relationships that she builds with students and the joy she experiences while watching students figure something out for the first time. Current and her husband, Clark, live in Cleveland. They have two sons, Luke, 25, and Thomas, 20. Current enjoys gardening, spending time with family, sporting events and trips to the beach and mountains.

Hannah Lewis has taken on the role of foreign language teacher for Salisbury Academy. Lewis is a graduate of Catawba College where she earned a B.S. in business administration and a B.A. in Spanish. While studying at Catawba College, Lewis worked in the student affairs office to tutor students in elementary and intermediate Spanish. After graduating, Lewis went on to manage a dental office. One of her greatest passions is mission work. Lewis recently returned from a mission trip she took with her family to the Dominican Republic. “These trips are always very humbling and a reminder of how blessed we are,” Lewis said. In addition to traveling and experiencing other cultures, Lewis enjoys sports, being outdoors and fishing and kayaking at the lake.

Salisbury Academy welcomes three new members to its board of trustees

Madison Currin serves as a senior financial analyst for Delhaize America in Salisbury where he is responsible for the sales forecasting process for Food Lion as well as providing financial and analytical support for key business initiatives and as-needed analysis. Currin earned his B.S. in finance at N.C. State University. Currin is involved with Rowan County Pregnancy Support Center, Rowan County Ducks Unlimited and Delhaize America Generations Business Resource Group. Currin and his wife, Ashley, live in Salisbury with their two sons, Parker, 5, and Finley, 2. In his free time, Currin enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, college football and basketball, cooking and grilling, and N.C. State athletics.

A second new Salisbury Academy board member, Mark Robertson, is president of Carolina Capital Ventures, Ltd., a Raleigh-based land development company investing in self-storage facilities. He is also a partner at OCS Market Research LLC and founder of CrowdDD, a real estate crowdfunding startup. Robertson has an accounting degree from UNC Chapel Hill and an M.B.A. in finance from the University of Texas. He is a board member of Apple Baking Company and has served three terms on the Salisbury Country Club board of directors as treasurer. Robertson has lived in Salisbury for the last fifteen years with his wife, Virginia, and children Virginia Moye, 13, and Ann Hunter, 11. In his free time, Robertson is either attending one of his children’s sporting events, on the golf course or fishing in the marshes of DeBordieu.

“I am looking forward to helping Salisbury Academy manage its growth and continue its academic excellence,” said Robertson.

The third new Salisbury Academy Board of Trustees member, Traci Williams, is currently the president and CEO of Crescent Construction Services, LLC, a commercial construction inspection and survey firm. Williams is a life-long entrepreneur coming from a family-owned business of electrical contractors. A 1988 graduate from the University of South Carolina with a B.S. in business administration, she has spent the last 28 years founding and developing successful companies in the telecommunications, medical and construction industries. Williams is involved with Waterworks Visual Arts Center, the Country Club of Salisbury and First United Methodist Church of Salisbury. Williams lives in Salisbury with her husband, Brad, and two children, Courtney, 11, and Meredith, 8. She loves music, art, reading, Carolina Panthers football and raising money for her favorite causes.

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