The 2015-2016 school year will be her 27th year at NGA. The first 5 years she worked as an aide in the preschool. She has worked as the Administrative Assistant in the office since 1994. She lives in White Plains with her husband, Frank. They have two sons, Russ and Steven. She enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her two grandchildren, Will and Darby Kate.
Nathanael Greene Academy holds a special place in her heart. She became a student the second year after the school was founded. She is a 1976 graduate of NGA and both her children are graduates. Her son, Elliott, is from the class of 2001 and her daughter, Brooke, is from the class of 2004. She has been employed at NGA for 25 years and dearly loves her school. She lives in Union Point with her husband, Dee.
Coach Edward Bradley, an alumnus ofNathanael Greene Academygraduated from the University of Georgia in2001 with a degree in Health and Physical Education. With continued education, he became a Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Coach Bradley is the NGA Athletic Director, Head Varsity Football Coach, Head Track Coach, Physical Education and Health teacher, as well as Strength and Conditioning Director for all Varsity sports. The 2015-2016 year was Coach Bradley’s first year with Nathanael Greene Academy. Coach Bradley, his wife Natalie, and their daughter Reese are also at Nathanael Greene Academy.
Mrs. Mixon taught 31 years in the Putnam County School System and was the Assistant Headmaster of Redeemer Episcopal Academy on Lake Oconee for 3 years. In addition, she has been a part-time professor of Early Childhood Education for Central Georgia Technical College in Milledgeville since 2003. Her education consists of an Elementary Education Degree from Valdosta State University, a Master of Education Degree from Georgia College and State University, and a Specialist’s of Education Degree from Georgia College and State University. In addition, she has received extensive teacher training in the teaching of Reading from Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia. She is thrilled she has the remarkable opportunity to be a Patriot along with her grandson, Westin Webb, here at NGA.
Danielle Williams began her NGA career in the fall of 2011, as the Cafeteria Manager. She has 10 years’ experience working as an Admissions Coordinator for a hospital in Gwinnett County. She also managed the Education Department, while she worked for the hospital. She is married to Chris Williams, a Gwinnett County Firefighter. They have two children, Zander and Marisa, they are currently attending NGA. Danielle absolutely loves working with the students at NGA.
Jane Bryan Morgan joined the faculty of NGA in the fall of 1983. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education from Georgia College in Milledgeville, Georgia. She is the sponsor of the Senior class and the Beta Club. She is married to Charles Morgan, an alumni Class of 1981. They have one son, Craig, who is an alumni Class of 2005. Jane is a member of Mt. Stephens Baptist Church where she serves as an adult Sunday school teacher and treasurer. She loves her students and NGA!
Mary Helen Higdon Brewer is a 2003 alumna of Nathanael Greene Academy. She holds a Master of Human Services Christian Counseling. She is married to Nick, who has served in the military for over sixteen years. They have two small children, Grayson and Bowen. She joined the NGA teaching family in January of 2016 and is thrilled to be HOME! GO Patriots!
Myra Stewart is an Elementary Teacher at NGA. She graduated in 1987 from Georgia College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. She joined the staff of Nathanael Greene Academy in 2005. She has worked in both preschool and elementary during these years. She is married to Ken Stewart, a 1983 NGA graduate. She has two sons, Tyler (12th grade) and Cole (7th grade).
After graduating from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Education,specializing in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Natalie Bradley chose to pursue a career in event planning and design. Less than a year after graduating, Mrs. Natalie opened her first company in Athens, planning and designing weddings throughout the Southeast. In 2008, after the birth of her daughter Reese, Natalie opened a second company so that she could stay home more with her family. This was an internet-based company in which Bradley taught over 20,000 professionals how to market and improve their small businesses. After thirteen years of being a business owner, Natalie felt like God was calling her to a new career in service to others, specifically to Nathanael Greene Academy. In July of 2015, she made the decision to no longer take on weddings and leave those businesses behind to follow God’s call. The 2015-2016 school year was Natalie Bradley’s first year teaching and was one of the most rewarding experiences of her life. Natalie still owns a company with her husband (NGA’s Athletic Director) Coach Edward Bradley, Bradley Co., making and selling various arts and crafts, furniture, and home decor.
Patti Dowdy teaches Kindergarten at NGA. She is married to NGA Alumni Marty Dowdy and they have two children who are both NGA Alumni, Daniel (2007) and Libby (2012). Patti received her Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia College in Milledgeville, Georgia and her Masters in Education from The University of Georgia in Athens, Go Dawgs! Patti is a member of Greensboro First Baptist Church where she enjoys working with children’s ministries.
Miss Paula graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Education and has taught at NGA for over 25 years – four year preschool, elementary music and art, high school literary, and the spring musical are all areas that she has worked with and continue to do so. She lives in Crawfordville with her husband Chuck. Her four daughters ( three teachers and one attorney) all graduated from NGA and continue to be blessed by the experiences that they received while here. She has loved working with the amazing faculty at NGA, and She is thrilled to do her part in helping to educate NGA precious students.