As Program Director for Morgan Hunter Education, Angela is somewhat of an operational guru—not only managing the day-to-day needs of her team but developing effective partnerships with both substitute teachers and school districts. She has more than 20 years of experience in management and higher education, and brings a reservoir of knowledge to the team.
After earning her bachelor’s in public relations from Northwest Missouri State University, Angela attended Grantham University for a master's degree in performance improvement. She’s the perfect mix of cheerful and hard-working, doing everything in her power for her team and clients.
Angela is married with two children, and the family loves to travel. With previous trips to Costa Rica, the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos, she’s always working on building her collection of passport stamps. When she isn’t traveling, Angela enjoys anything active – from walking to swimming – and knows her way around the kitchen.
With a mind for great customer service and a dash of out-of-the-box thinking, Brad easily makes personal connections with his clients and strives to find placements that are unique to them. He views his work as more than a 9 to 5, and knows the profound impact substitute teachers have in students’ lives.
Originally from St. Joseph, Missouri, Brad attended Northwest Missouri State University for elementary education and educational leadership. After graduation, he spent 10 years in higher education in residential life and academic advising before making the switch back to K-12 education with Morgan Hunter.
Brad is married to a first-grade teacher, with whom he shares two daughters and a dog. Having completed two of his life goals – running a marathon and completing the entire Insanity workout – Brad is currently working on his next ambition: meeting Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons.
Allison gets substitute teachers: With a degree from NWMSU in elementary and early childhood education – and a couple of years in front of the classroom herself – she understands the demands (and the incredible passion) of teachers. After working as a teacher and classroom paraprofessional in various Kansas City area districts, Allison joined the Education team as a staffing specialist.
Not one to be sidetracked from her goals, Allison is as hard-working as she is cheerful, bringing a breath of fresh air to the team—even in the early mornings to fill last-minute assignments. Building strong partnerships with school districts and recruiting talented substitute teachers who make a difference for local children are what drive Allison’s passion for her role at Morgan Hunter.
As a devoted mother of three young boys (and therefore a Disney aficionado), Allison is a family-oriented and caring individual. She nurtures her inner travel bug and has traveled to both London and Paris twice, with plans for additional destinations in the future.
Nicki believes in getting to know the substitute teachers she works with—not just placing them in any school, but finding them a classroom she knows will be a great fit. Her meticulous attention to detail and superhuman organizational skills make her prepared to meet any challenge head-on, and she’s devoted to the success of her team and the clients with whom she works.
Nicki earned a degree in office administration from West Virginia State University and has prior experience as an elementary school secretary, which means she knows the day-to-day demands of a school setting inside and out. She knows how important substitute teachers are for Kansas City schools and what qualifications make for a successful partnership.
Outside of Morgan Hunter, Nicki likes to feed her adventurous side with kayaking and white-water rafting, and she and her husband, Jason, also enjoy spending time with their two grown children.
Aubree’s passion for education drives her to find the best fit for every client she works with. Both cheerful and diligent in her work, Aubree is eager to continue making our education system great by hiring and training substitute teachers.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Evangel University in 2017, Aubree spent three years teaching fourth and sixth grade students. This experience has paved the way for her to be a star recruiter. Aubree has seen firsthand the need for good substitute teachers and will use this as a motivator to place the best teachers in the best schools, resulting in high satisfaction rates for all students and faculty.
Feeding her love for travel and education, Aubree made seven trips to Washington D.C., within three months where she led groups of middle schoolers and high schoolers from all over the country through our nation’s capital. When she isn’t on the go, Aubree and her husband can be found playing with their dog Huck who they adopted during the stay-at-home days of the pandemic.