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School Leadership

Laura Tyson

Laura Tyson

Harambee Campus Director

Mobile: 414-491-0620


  • BA in Early Childhood Education from Cedarville University
  • MA in Biblical Counseling from Master's College
  • MA in School Leadership and Administration from Alverno College

How did you connect to St. Marcus?

I came to St. Marcus because I wanted to join the mission in the community where I live. I want to serve Harambee with the gospel of Christ, also serving alongside my husband in this great work! I have been here for the past four years as the Word of God instructor for grades 5-6 and as the 6th grade Team Lead. Prior to joining St. Marcus, I served as a principal at the Hmong American Peace Academy. I have a total of 19 years in education and four years in school-wide leadership. I am deeply invested in supporting parents and scholars and building meaningful relationships as we grow together in our faith.

What do you love about what you do?

I love sharing God's love and spreading JOY with both adults and students!

If you had a Bible passage/quote for your life and ministry what would it be?

Micah 6:8 – He has shown you, O man, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To do justice, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.

Tell us about your family…

I have been married to Henry for five awesome years! We have 2 adopted children - Andreyis (Drey) 8 and Alayah (Laylay) 4 - both thriving at St. Marcus.

“When I have free time, you will find me…”

Reading, walking, singing, drinking coffee!

What’s your favorite vacation spot?

England (Helps to marry a Brit)

What’s one fun fact about you?

I love making music videos for kids!

My Mission Statement:

As the director of St. Marcus’ Harambee Campus, I humbly & boldly lead students, parents, and staff to provide an equitable, rigorous education for our scholars. I empower both staff and students to think deeply, collaborate effectively, and solve problems creatively framed within a culture of contagious joy and radical expectations.