Sara Hoegen Latcham
Sara was born and raised in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania attended Fairfield University and graduated in 2012 with majors in art history and French and minors in women, gender, and sexuality studies and religious studies. During her years at Fairfield, Sara worked in the University's Mutrux Visual Resource Center and Bellarmine Museum of Art. In the greater Fairfield County community, Sara was also employed by Southport's Pequot Library, and Adrianne Ruger Conzelman's ARC Fine Art, LLC. Sara also studied abroad in Paris, France during the spring of 2011 to soak up as much art and culture as possible in six short months.
From August 2012 to June 2013 Sara served as an Augustinian Volunteer in Ventura, CA at Saint Bonaventure High School. Sara was the Assistant Director of Christian Service, substitute teacher, and generally assisted with other student and school needs. Sara returned to the east coast in July 2013 for a position with the Ross School in East Hampton, NY where she was a Houseparent and Associate Teacher/Administrator within the Cultural History and Visual Arts domains, and Assisted the Dean of Students. After her year at Ross School, Sara resided in Houston, TX and where she taught theology, led retreats for high school students, and coached field hockey at the Upper School of Duchesne Academy. She also completed an MSEd candidate with Johns Hopkins University School of Education and met her husband, Jake Latcham while living in Houston.
In June of 2017 Sara and Jake returned to the Wyoming Valley; they are thrilled to be involved in the community and to make their home in NEPA. Sara is currently a faculty member at Wyoming Seminary and shares her expertise as a Curriculum Advisor for Social Fabric Collective.
Corinne is a graphic designer and the founder of Steadfast Design Studio based in Kingston, Pennsylvania. She is also a professionally-certified photographer from Hallmark Institute of Photography. She has over a decade of experience in photography, image retouching, graphic design, marketing, and communications. Corinne is currently earning a degree in behavioral science at Misericordia University which enables her to study how people connect with information, design, and their environment. She enjoys collaborating with organizations in her community that work to envision a bright future.