Ms. Rachel is the Director of Administration for Prism Education Center. She began her experience as a volunteer for Prism Education Center in 2009 and joined the Prism team as a full time administrator in 2012. She moved to Northwest Arkansas after earning her undergraduate degree in Public Administration at the University of Central Arkansas. Prior to her role at Prism, she served as administrative support for the Schmieding Center in Springdale. When not engaged in the previously mentioned activities, she can be found bullet journaling, trying out new recipes, or spending time with friends.
Ms. Rachel is an Administrative Assistant at Willow Heights. Rachel has rich history working as an administrator in education programs in both the public and private sector. Prior to working at Prism, she served as a Title 1 Assistant for At Risk Kindergarten students in a public school. She was the office manager of a K-12 private school, a bookkeeper for a 7-12 private school, and a graduate advisor at a private university. Ms. Anderson graduated from Oklahoma State University School of Technical Training in Clerk Typist. She joined Team Prism because she believes that Prism is an asset to Northwest Arkansas. Her private school administration experience is especially beneficial in the day-to-day operations of the school. Prior to working for Prism, she served as a volunteer not only in the administrative office of Prism, but also teaching a weekly sewing club to Prism's after school students. When she is not at Prism she enjoys sewing, embroidering, gardening and hanging out with her family.
MsMrs. Ashley serves as an Administrative Assistant at Prism Education Center. She serves at the PreSchool Building. Prior to serving in this role, she served as Executive Assistant and as an AmeriCorps service member in the after school and summer program at Prism. She is currently attending the University of Arkansas, with a major in international studies. She enjoys working at Prism because she loves making an impact on the students’ lives, whether that is through teaching or through logistics. She believes in the values that Prism holds and builds into the lives of the students and staff. When she is not at Prism she loves hanging out with her husband, running, reading, baking and traveling.
Mrs. Denison has been at Prism for three years. She serves as a member of the cooking staff, as the chef for all campuses. She is originally from the South Texas area, but moved to Fayetteville with her husband to be closer to their son and grandchildren. In her free time, Linda enjoys handcrafts, cooking, reading, and spending time with her family, especially her three grandchildren.