Southern Teachers is the premier agency for schools in the South because of the work of our talented team.

Tommy Atha
Athletics Consultant
Mary Bleech
Search Coordinator
Rod Chamberlain
Director of Executive Coaching
Alan Donhoff
Athletics Consultant
Jamie Estes
Director of Searches
Lorri Freitas
Director of Administrative Placement
Rich Gehman
Florida Consultant
Carey Goodman
President
Tim Green
Athletics Consultant
Allison Kelley
Search Coordinator
Kirk McClintock
Search Consultant
Angela Passafiume
Athletics Consultant
Dave Ribbens
Athletics Consultant
Pat Taylor
Senior Search Consultant
Highley Thompson
Search Consultant
Mike Waylett
Director of Consulting
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Latest News

  • Teacher Job Board is Now Available!

    The ST Teacher Job Board, which lists teaching jobs at K-12 private schools across America, is live! Schools may post a job for free, and interested candidates will be directed to the school's website to apply. 

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  • Middle Division Director Opportunity in Tampa, FL

    ST Search & Consulting is assisting St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School in the search for its next Middle Division Director. Founded in 1951, St. John’s is a co-ed, Episcopal independent school serving 595 students in pre-kindergarten through grade eight.

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  • Athletic Director Opportunity in Tallahassee, FL

    ST Search is assisting Maclay School in the search for its next Athletic Director. Maclay School is a non-sectarian, college preparatory school serving 1127 students in PreK through grade 12.

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  • Recent Administrative Placements!

    We are pleased to share our new page for recent Administrative Placements. Follow the link below!

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  • Retained Search Nationwide!

    We are delighted to announce that ST Search, a division of Southern Teachers, is now conducting retained searches nationally.

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  • Why an Elephant?

    This majestic creature symbolizes many different things in cultures around the world, but we selected it as our icon because the elephant and the agency have key traits in common.

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