College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Humanities
School of Education
Miss Ann Bolton came to Maranatha as a student. After her graduation, she taught fourth grade in a Christian school for several years. In 1991, she came back to Maranatha as a member of the athletic staff, coach, and Academy girls’ PE teacher. After four years in that position, the Lord led her to a different Christian school, where she was an administrator and taught both elementary and secondary classes. In 2000, she returned to Maranatha as Assistant Athletic Director, coach, and part-time faculty member.
“God has given me a love to share knowledge with others, especially in fields where there is a need for individuals with a passion to minister, like Physical Education and Sign Language. As an alumnus, I can look back at several teachers whose influence made a real impact on my life’s direction. The fact that I can be here doing that for current students is something I aspire to.” – Ann Bolton
Education and Credentials
MS Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
BS Elementary Education, Maranatha Baptist University
Church Ministry: Ann is involved in the church’s deaf ministry, interpreting for services and teaching American Sign Language classes. She also works in the church nursery and as a special occasion liaison.
Community Involvement: Jefferson and Dodge County Emergency Response volunteer
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Campus Involvement: Assistant Athletic Director; Campus Safety Committee; NCAA grant reporting; Maranatha Baptist Academy coach
Other activities and interests: Kayaking, wedding planning, cake decorating, photography, avid crafter