The Pillar Foundation Staff
Daniel Hite, Director
Dan has been the director of Pillar since 2011. He has taught Worldview Foundations since 2005 and Christian Self-Government since 2008. He also teaches two other flagship courses of the foundation, Understanding the Times (advanced and applied worldviews) and American History: America's Christian Heritage. He and Andrew Muller teach U.S. Constitution and Government and Christian Self-Government. Dan is also a Bible teacher/pastor and has served on church staffs as well as having managed other Christian non-profit organizations.
Leah Hite, Administrator
Leah is a former homeschooling mom, and has worked and volunteered at Pillar since 2004. She has a broad and solid working knowledge of the homeschooling process and is a great resource for new parent-teachers. She previously taught Study Skills and now teaches Getting Into Greek.
Sandy Spence, Administrative Assistant
Sandy and her husband have homeschooled all four of their children through high school. She makes all Pillar students and families feel at home as receptionist and handling classroom logistics and other administrative tasks. She and another mom teach Sewing.
Andrew Muller, Librarian and Assistant
Andrew is a former homeschooler, Pillar student, and is currently pursuing advanced education. He assists with administrative responsibilities including management of the Pillar library, and cultivation of student leadership skills. He and Daniel Hite teach U.S. Constitution and Government and Christian Self-Government. Andrew is also the Administrator of the St. Louis Teen Eagles.
Michael Cordner, Director Emeritus
Mike and his wife Sharon have been homeschooling parents and supporters for many years. They were closely involved in the design and formation of Pillar from its inception in 1996, as well as developing its flagship and supplementary courses. Mike retired in 2011 and they now live out of state. He is also an author.