Dr. Carol Sprinker has served on the board of the Jumet Charitable Foundation since its inception in 2005. Carol is excited to serve on a foundation that provides scholarships and mentorship to talented young men and women, including students in three local school districts where she has close ties. She graduated from Riverside School District, had her first professional teaching experience in Big Beaver Falls School District, and currently lives in Blackhawk School District. Carol is proud to call Beaver County her home.
Carol currently serves as an administrator in the Quaker Valley School District. She is passionate about teaching and learning and an expert in creating a thriving culture that supports young children’s growth and development. Prior to her principalship at Quaker Valley, Carol was a principal and teacher in the Blackhawk School District where she met and became friends with the Jumets.
Dr. Sprinker is an alumna of Duquesne University where she earned both her B.A in Elementary Education and her M.A. in Administration and Supervision. Carol studied Educational Leadership at the University of Pittsburgh earning a Doctor of Education and a PA Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility. Carol is a member of the National Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals and serves on the Board of Directors of the PA Principals Association.
Carol and her husband Brian spend most of their time raising two sons, Max and Levi. They especially enjoy the outdoors, spending time with their extended family, and worshiping together at Pathway Church. In her spare time, Carol enjoys running, reading, and watching her sons’ sporting events.