Faculty & Staff

Sweetwater Episcopal Academy offers excellence in programs—academics, fine arts, athletics—and facilities, but its experienced and talented faculty are the core of the school. Our faculty is committed to the highest professional standards, and they are focused on the intellectual, personal, physical, and character development of each student.

To learn more about any of our teachers or to email them, click on the relevant photograph.

Mrs. Jessica Albertson

PE K4-3rd Grade

jalbertson@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Jessica Albertson

PE K4-3rd Grade

jalbertson@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Faculty Member since 1986

BS Physical Education and Health – University of Kansas

Gifted Endorsed

Swim Club, Tennis; SEAHawk Mini Triathlon, SEA Adventure Run

“Physical Education is my passion! I am always searching for new and innovative methods of instruction. I am committed to helping students realize that Physical Education does not end in school but is the beginning of a lifelong commitment to wellness.”

Mrs. Julie Campese

Music - All Grades, Vocal Ensemble, Director of Orlando Children’s Choir

jcampese@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Julie Campese

Music - All Grades, Vocal Ensemble, Director of Orlando Children’s Choir

jcampese@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Faculty Member since 2008

BA Music – Rollins College

SEA Teacher of the Year – 2014

“I am so blessed to work with the amazing students and staff that comprise the SEA community. I love coming to work every morning and watching students understand and discover music. It’s so exciting to see their faces when the ‘get’ a new concept or hear themselves perform.”

The Rev’d Dr. Steve Clifton

Religion Teacher K4-8th

sclifton@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Steve Clifton

Religion Teacher K4-8th

sclifton@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Faculty Member since 2015

Bachelor of Music Education – Troy University

Master of Divinity – Nashotah House Theological Seminary

Doctor of Ministry – University of the South

SEA Chaplain, Community Service Coordinator

“I enjoy learning from the students as well as teaching them. What better place to be than in the Kind Zone, and what greater privilege than to help children, their families, & our caring, staff draw closer to God?”

Mr. Joey Elliot

Upper School P.E. Teacher 4th-8th

jelliott@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Joey Elliot

Upper School P.E. Teacher 4th-8th

jelliott@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Staff Member since 2015

It is a pleasure and privilege to be a part of the SEA family. I am looking forward to enhancing the program in the upper school and athletic department. My goal is to have students achieve physical excellence while in a loving and safe environment.

Mrs. Stacey Hencken

Spanish K-8th

shencken@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Stacey Hencken

Spanish K-8th

shencken@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Faculty Member since 2016

B.A. – Spanish/Latin American Studies – Flagler College

M.A. – San Diego State University

I feel grateful and blessed to be teaching Spanish at SEA. There is a feeling of community here at SEA that is undeniable and it is what I treasure most!

“Be the change you want to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Mrs. Leslie Titorenko

Library Media Center

ltitorenko@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Leslie Titorenko

Library Media Center

ltitorenko@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Staff Member since 2003

AA – Computer Studies, University of Maryland University College

After School Enrichments; Book Club; Administrative Support; Marketing

“Technology can be a wonderful outlet for learning, but I believe there is no substitute for book and imagination in the life of a child.”

Mrs. Katie Willoughby

Art

kwilloughby@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Katie Willoughby

Art

kwilloughby@sweetwaterepiscopal.org

Faculty Member since 2018

BFA Painting & Art History – Auburn University

Post- Baccalaureate teaching certificate School of Visual Arts

MAEd – Art Education University of Alabama at Birmingham

Certified K-12 Art Educator in Florida

“I’m excited to share my love of art & art history with my new favorite artists – my SEA Students!”