Admissions Office

Anna Moore
Director of Admissions

251-461-2129
ABMoore@stpaulsmobile.net

Anna joined the St. Paul’s family in 2007. During her tenure, Anna served in the Development Office for several years before joining the Admissions Office staff in 2013. It was as a campus tour guide while earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration at Birmingham-Southern College that Anna discovered her passion for admissions work. As the mother of two daughters enrolled at St. Paul’s, Anna knows first-hand how transformational a St. Paul’s education can be. Anna loves to meet new families and guide them through the admissions process as they become the newest members of our Saints community.


Elizabeth Gregory
Director of Enrollment Management and Tuition Assistance

251-461-2159
EGregory@stpaulsmobile.net

Elizabeth joined the St. Paul’s Admissions Office in 2008, and has worked as part of the Admissions, Enrollment Management, and Tuition Assistance teams during that time. Both Elizabeth and her husband Scott are proud alumni of St. Paul’s, and their two daughters are little Saints as well. Elizabeth earned a degree in Merchandising, Design & Production Management from Auburn University, and also holds a Grand Diplome from the French Culinary Institute in New York. Elizabeth shares her passion for cooking through sponsoring a Culinary Club for St. Paul’s students.


Nancy Schaub Galanos
Admissions Counselor

251-461-2131
NGalanos@stpaulsmobile.net

Nancy graduated from St. Paul’s in 1977, returned to the St. Paul’s family in 1995, and has been on the Admissions team for the last 21 years. Nancy’s three daughters - Elizabeth ’99, Katherine ‘03, and Sara ’07 – loved their time at St. Paul’s as much as Nancy did. In fact, Elizabeth now works alongside her mother as Director of Enrollment Management and Sara teaches PreK to our youngest Saints. Before joining the Admissions team, Nancy has worked in the Alumni Office and served as the Administrative Assistant to the Headmaster. Nancy attended the University of South Alabama.

 

 

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