Franklin Center Staff

Allison BaroskoAllison Barosko, Project Manager

Allison serves as a project manager for Franklin Center.  Allison earned a Bachelor of Arts in Arts Administration from Northwestern University. She has extensive experience managing payroll, benefits, and HRIS from positions at MacPhail, Caribou Coffee, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Macalester. She has volunteered in the Children’s Minnesota Families As Partners program for over 10 years. Her long-term assignments have included serving on the Patient and Family Education Council and serving on a quality improvement team for the NICU, dedicated to improving the outcomes of premature infants through increased parent participation.

Georgette BentonGeorgette Benton, Facilities and Technology Manager

Georgette has been with Franklin Center since 2013. As the Facilities and Technology Manager, she manages all the technology as well as facilities management.



Luc Berard, Academy Administrative Assistant

Luc Berard is the Academy Administrative Assistant for Franklin Center. He received his bachelor’s degree from Bethel University with majors in History, Theology, and Philosophy and minors in Classics and Gender Studies. Luc is currently a part-time MBA student, and likes to run and cook in his free time.

Joe DeMarsh, Janitor

Joe keeps our school running smoothly by providing cleaning, upkeep, and security, and by taking care of our student’s and staff’s needs. He partners with high school students who gain custodial experience through in-school jobs.Joe came to Franklin Center after working as a custodian at St. Stephen’s Catholic School in Anoka for 10 years. Prior to that, Joe worked in maintenance.


Paul GloudemansPaul Gloudemans, Admissions

Paul graduated with a B.A. in Advertising from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. After many years of working in marketing roles for large corporations, such as Best Buy and LifeTime Fitness, he decided to pursue a career in education. Paul received his teaching certification from the University of St. Thomas and spent a few years in the classroom prior to transitioning into an admissions role at Franklin Center.

Kelsey GothKelsey Goth, Associate Advancement Manager

Kelsey serves as an Associate Advancement Manager at Franklin Center. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in psychology at Wheaton College in Illinois. Prior to Franklin Center, Kelsey worked as a mental health counselor at Chicago Lakeshore Hospital in the children’s pavilion serving a diverse population with a wide range of mental illnesses and trauma.

Chloe HerzogChloe Herzog, Administrative Assistant

Chloe is an Administrative Assistant for Franklin Center. She received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a minor in Technical Writing. Prior to Franklin Center, Chloe worked as a Communications Assistant at the Institute of Child Development and was a Teacher Assistant at Step-by-Step Montessori. In her free time, Chloe enjoys camping, biking, and spending time with loved ones.

Carly KortuemCarly Kortuem, Director of Strategic Advancement

As Director of Strategic Advancement, Carly leads our advancement strategies, marketing, communications, and development. She received her bachelor’s degree in biology, society, and environment from the University of Minnesota. Prior to taking on this role, Carly managed Franklin Center’s finances, tuition, HR, and facility operations. Carly comes to Franklin Center with a background in nonprofit management as the founder of a 501(c)3 nonprofit called Peerly Social: An Autism Network, a buddy program for young adults with ASD.

Maureen MaherMaureen Maher, Donor Relations Manager

Maureen holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University of Minnesota. She also holds additional graduate-level certifications from the University of St. Thomas. Having worked at organizations like M Health Fairview, TwinWest Chamber of Commerce, and the American Cancer Society, Maureen brings over 25 years of experience in donor relations to Franklin Center’s Advancement Department.

Veda NademVeda Nadem, Accountant I

Veda is Franklin Center’s Bookkeeper. Previously, she worked at United Nations Office for Project Services, as a Project Support Officer, handling World Bank grant budgets, financial reports, audits, and other project-related tasks. Veda has eight years of experience in Finance and Project Management. She received her Master’s degree in Economics and Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Peshawar in Pakistan.

01-teacher-karlaKarla Przybylski, Human Resources Manager

Karla serves as the Human Relations Manager. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Viterbo University in LaCrosse, WI. Karla has over 15 years of  experience in client satisfaction, management, human resources and small business operations. She has been a part of Franklin Center for over 7 years, working in both HR and Franklin Therapy.

Luella RambergLuella Ramberg, Executive Assistant to the Board of Trustees and Therapy Services Department

Luella provides administrative support to the Executive Director, the Board of Trustees, students, parents, and staff. Prior to her employment at Franklin Center, she served as a Librarian at a community library, providing resources for individuals of diverse backgrounds. Lue also served as a leader of a 4H Club and on the 4H Leader Council, promoting the development of a wide variety of skills in young people between the ages of 4 and 18.

Kim Snow,  Executive Director

Kim serves as the Executive Director of Franklin Center, Chair of Capital Campaign, and chair of the Development and Marketing Committee.  Kim has over 20 years of experience in advertising, marketing strategy, and client services from positions at Fallon, Cargill and Food IQ. Kim earned her MBA in marketing from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management and a B.A. from Skidmore College. She has two children, one in high school at Franklin Academy, and another at Orono High School.

Molly Telijohn, VP of Finance and Operations

Molly comes to the Franklin Center bringing a strong knowledge of accounting and non-profits and was most recently a CFO at a non-profit in the south metro. Molly graduated with a B.A. in degree from Gustavus Adolphus College in accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).


Richard Ullman, Custodian



Michelle WilliamsMichelle Williams, Grant Writer

Michelle is the Grant Writer for the Advancement Department. She earned a B.A. in English from Georgetown University and holds a Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Prior to making the shift to Advancement, she was an English teacher and Department Chair at independent schools in the South. Her greatest job, however, is as the parent of a Franklin Academy student.