Kwesi Soloman – Director
Kwesi Solomon believes “No man is an Island, Entire of itself,” John Donne. In his journey he cites several teachers and mentors that shaped him, not least among them the members of his family and the congregation of Grace Tabernacle. An All-city Student athlete at George Washington High School, he credits mentoring with helping him earn an athletic scholarship to Villanova University. As a member of the Villanova organization CATS, Community Action through Sports, he spoke to students about the benefits of education and being goal oriented. Coaching and teaching is in his blood, and he feels a duty to repay his blessings. From Philadelphia to a Master of Education degree from Eastern university he wants students to dream of all possibilities.
Jeremy Miller – Associate Director/High School Team Leader
Jeremy Miller has been with Anthony Wayne Academy of Philadelphia since the beginning of 2015. Before Coming to Anthony Wayne Academy, Jeremy was a special education math teacher at Olney Charter High School. Jeremy earned his bachelor’s degree in Sports Management while playing baseball at East Stroudsburg University. Jeremy then earned his master’s degree in Special Education at Wilmington University. In his spare time he enjoys being with his dog Boston.
Kathleen Krzemien – Special Education Coordinator
Kathleen Krzemien joined Anthony Wayne Academy in 2020 as the Special Education Coordinator. Prior to Anthony Wayne Academy, Kathleen was a special education teacher with a concentration in English, at Olney Charter High School and Audenried Charter High School, respectively. She earned her bachelor’s degree in special education and English certification from West Chester University and her master’s degree and reading specialist certification from Cabrini University. Kathleen has proudly served the youth of Philadelphia since 2009 and will continue to do so here.
Kristen Reed – School Counselor
Kristin Reed, M.Ed. has served as school counselor at Anthony Wayne Academy since 2020. She is a proud alumna of the Pennsylvania State University where she obtained her bachelor’s in psychology and went on to pursue her master’s degree from Temple University in counseling. Kristin has worked in the mental health field since 2008 by provided counseling to children and teens in various crisis centers throughout the local area. Kristin is in the process of seeking licensure as an LPC.