Ms. Kronenberg earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Biblical Studies from Lee University. After a career as a nonprofit communicator at an anti-human trafficking foundation, she decided to reignite her dream to teach, leading her to pursue a Master of Arts in Education at the Alder Graduate School of Education. In 2021, she is thrilled to see that dream now realized as the social studies teacher and service coordinator at CVCS. As a teacher, she desires to empower students to step into the fullness of who God has made them to be. As the service coordinator, she hopes that students will grasp God’s heart for benevolence and be part of the great work done in our community and across the globe.
Seven years ago, Ms. Kronenberg was hit by a motorbike backpacking through Vietnam. The sweet German man who came to her rescue would end up becoming her husband. Together they enjoy hiking, camping, and checking items off their ever-evolving bucket list. They are both excited to be putting down roots in San Juan Capistrano, just eight miles from where they got married.
Master of Arts in Education, Alder Graduate School of Education
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Biblical Studies, Lee University