Anne Evers

Head of School
36 years at Churchill
Executive Scholar Certification in Nonprofit Management, Kellogg School of Business

BA, St. Louis University
MA, St. Louis University
Ed.S., Webster University

Anne Evers

Effective June 1, 2020, Anne Evers became Churchill Center & School’s second Head of School, assuming the role from Founding Director Sandi Gilligan. 

Anne has spent 36 years in the field of education, all of which have been at Churchill. From 2005 – 2020, she has served as the Director of Admissions and was a member of the Administrative Leadership Team. In addition, Anne served as supervisor of Churchill’s Auditory Visual department, was a classroom teacher and a Wilson Reading System® tutor.

Anne is a St. Louis native and a proud alumna of St. Louis University and Visitation Academy. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education as well as a Master of Arts in Special Education from St. Louis University. In addition, she has an Educational Specialist degree in Administrative Leadership from Webster University and earned her Executive Scholar Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University in Chicago.

“I am grateful and honored for this opportunity to lead our school, deeply rooted in the core values of child-centered education, genuine care and empowerment of our students, and advanced through the unwavering leadership of Sandi Gilligan over the past 41 years,” Evers said. “I have seen first-hand how Churchill truly changes lives inside and beyond the walls of our school building, and I am strongly committed to continuing our mission of helping as many children with learning disabilities as possible. As Head of School, one of my goals is to expand our reach across the St. Louis region through our transformational Community Outreach Program so that we can impact more students with teacher training, workshops and school partnerships.”

Anne is active in the community and loves to travel. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, taking walks, reading and she is very involved with her nieces and nephews and their many extracurriculars.

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