Board of Directors
Director of The Community of Ethical People
Kelly has a Master's Degree in English and Creative Writing from Hollins
University. She has taught creative writing and a variety of Language Arts
classes at Hollins University, Fort Garrison Elementary School, and BHCC.
Kelly has had poetry and short stories published locally and nationally and was
an editor for the Baltimore Review and a freelance writer. Before starting
Baltimore Homeschool Community Center, she ran the after school programs
at Fort Garrison. Kelly homeschools her two boys Ben and Elijah.
Director of Financial Operations
Michelle has a Bachelor's Degree in English from Tulane University and a Master's Degree in Teaching from Towson State University. She left a career as a high school English teacher in 2001 to start a pet sitting business, which she currently owns and operates in Columbia, MD. In addition to teaching her own daughters, Michelle's responsibilities at The Community of Ethical People and Baltimore Homeschool Community Center include bookkeeping and day-to-day financial operations, as well as community relations and outreach. She is married to John Fewer, Jr. and her family of 4 resides in Granite, Maryland.
Director of Maryland Homeschool Reviews/BHCC Schedule Coordinator
Marla is a homeschooling mom of 3 kids, whom she has been homeschooling since 2003. Marla volunteers with BHCC scheduling classes, keeping the calendar and classes organized, and many administrative duties. Before homeschooling her kids, Marla has worked for various companies as a manager and bookkeeper. Marla was also a photographer for a glamour photography studio and a model management company. She is married to Erich Scheman. The family has a variety of animals including dogs, cats, rabbits, chinchillas and a bearded dragon.
Eugene is a life-long Baltimore resident who, with his wife Adrienne, is currently educating their son Elijah at home. He studied visual arts at the University of Maryland Baltimore County with an emphasis on photography. After he graduated, he served 2 years in the Peace Corps in Western Samoa where he taught woodworking. After he returned from Samoa, he pursued graduate studies in sociology at the University of Baltimore. After he graduated, he worked as a counselor and case manager for people with disabilities and taught sociology at Baltimore City Community and Sojourner-Douglass Colleges.