Our Administrative Team
Amanda Gagestein, Director
I consider it to be an honor and a blessing to be at WCS where I have the privilege to teach children about Jesus and His love for them. I am passionate about educating young children and teachers. In 2002, I earned my Early Childhood degree from Weber State University and my Utah state education license. In 2007, I had the privilege to help start Wasatch Christian and over the past 10 years here, I have directed or taught every grade from preschool to 4th grade. I love mentoring teachers and watching my students flourish. I enjoy teaching how to prepare, plan, and implement hands on activities to keep students learning and engaged. I have three beautiful, fun children and a wonderful husband that I enjoy exploring God's beautiful creation with through a multitude of outdoor activities including traveling in the U.S and abroad. I look forward to serving your family.
Natalie Rohwer, Asst. Director
I am grateful to serve your children and families. I love Jesus and hope to share his love. I am a proud mother of 6. I have worked with children for more than 16 years in special education, kindergarten, and children's ministry. I enjoy hiking, reading, and swimming. I am so happy to be a part of Wasatch Christian's team.
Rev. Catherine Tobey, Administrator
After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Spanish Language and Literature from Whitworth University, I went on to earn a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and was ordained as a minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). For two years, I was trained in trauma-informed, intergenerational ministry at an inner-city church that offered secular after-school programs focused on art, story-writing, and leadership. I am passionate about mindful teaching, asset-based community development, and building relationships across all axes of difference.
Chantel Sawyer, Asst. Administrator
My husband and I have a beautiful daughter (Kiara) and 2 big dogs (Nuka and Zira) and 2 cats (Kovu and Vitani). We plan to have one more little one in the near future. Last year we were able to by a home up in Tremonton and I love it out there. I grew up in a small town, similar to Tremonton, in Colorado and moved to Utah 3 years ago. I am starting school this fall for psychology and want to eventually become an FBI agent. I absolutely love to be around all the children and also to have the opportunity to learn the business side of the school.
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