Ken Amador is new to the SMCA community. Previously, he was the Head of School for a Christian school in Rhode Island. Also, he was a professor of New Testament studies at Boston Baptist College and spent twenty years as a chaplain in the United States Navy. He has earned two Masters degrees from Baptist Bible College & Seminary and completed studies toward his doctorate in Christian Leadership from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
He has two grown children, Trevor and Mikenna, and has been married to his beautiful wife, Gwendolyn, for 34 years.
Katie lives in Raymond, NH with her husband Anthony and two sons. Their oldest son Caleb is in the 2nd grade and Jacob is in Kindergarten at SMCA. They are also in the process of adopting another child from the Philippines.
Katie has a passion for Christian education. She attended and graduated from a private Christian high school and went on to obtain a Bachelors degree in Social Work from a Christian college.
For the last 7 years Katie has been a full-time homemaker, but recently joined the SMCA community serving as the Admissions Director and Administrative Assistant. Katie and her family attend Fellowship Bible Church in Chester, NH where her husband serves as a deacon and she as a Children’s Church teacher.
Admissions Director/Administrative Assistant
Alanna grew up in a Christian home in central Pennsylvania and benefited from both homeschool and Christian school education. She attended Clarks Summit University in Pennsylvania where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biblical Counseling and had the opportunity to begin some graduate level coursework. She met her husband, Dan Beaulieu, in college, and after building a friendship for those four years and dating long distance for another two, they got married when she made the move up to New Hampshire in 2017.
God stretched her outside her comfort zone of early childcare for a decade to become a youth leader in MVBC's Teen Ministry, where Dan serves as Youth Pastor.
Some additional passions include watching movies while Dan critiques them, exploring new places, trying new food, and hanging out with their cat, Skittles.