Born and raised in South Bend, IN, Sunsea is a 2x Northern Illinois University Graduate, holding a Bachelors in Sociology and Masters in Adult and Higher Education. While at Northern Illinois University, Sunsea ran track and field and cross country. Previously, she spent the last four years working in Student-Athlete Academic Support Services at Georgia Tech. Served as an Academic Coordinator (2015-2017) and Assistant Director of Academic Programs (2017-2019). Prior to Georgia Tech, Sunsea spent a year as the Athletic Academic Advisor at Jacksonville State University.
As the Head of Academics, Jentz brings 16 years of experience teaching in Middle and High School in Fargo (ND), Littleton, Douglas County, and Elizabeth Public Schools. He has a BA Secondary Social Studies Education from Concordia College (MN) with a Special Education Endorsement from the University of Colorado Denver. Jentz is also a 2x Apple Award Nominee, eInstruction CPS Engaging Kids to Learn Grant Recipient, Disney Teacher of the Year Award Nominee, and Intel Teach to the Future Grant Recipient.
What really makes Jentz a perfect fit for the TPH Center of Excellence is his experience with sports. Jentz played NCAA Division III hockey at Concordia College. Following his playing career, Jentz went on to a 24 years Youthockey Coach in North Dakota and Colorado/ Rec Hockey Director AYHL which includes 7x State Champion Coach, 3x RMD Finalist, 2x National Championship Qualifier.
Rachel Mohr is the Head of Academics at the TPH Center of Excellence in St. Louis. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Saint Louis University and Master of Arts in Higher Education from Lindenwood University. While at Saint Louis, Mohr played NCAA D-I Field Hockey. While at Lindenwood Mohr served as the Academic Coordinator within the Athletic Department for four years prior to joining TPH St. Louis.
Annie Doman, a Wisconsin native, is the Head of Academics for the TPH Center of Excellence in Superior. Doman comes with a wide range of experiences in the collegiate setting. As a head volleyball coach, she recruited and mentored student-athletes and organized a variety of wellness and community service initiatives. While working in career development, she organized events and worked closely with alumni and businesses to provide career experiences to students.
Doman earned her Bachelor of Arts in Special Education from Austin Peay State University and her Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Central Missouri where she also served as the Volleyball Graduate Assistant.