New Faculty and Staff: Libby Montgomery
Worthington Christian welcomed Libby Montgomery as the Communications Coordinator in our Advancement Office this summer. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education – Moderate/Intensive from The Ohio State University. Libby comes to WC with thirteen years of experience in marketing, media, and communications. Libby and her husband, Brandon (WC ’03), are parents to Sullivan (11), Jane (9), and a former foster son, and their family attends Linworth Baptist Church.
We asked our new staff members several “getting to know you” questions; we hope you enjoy learning more about Libby!
What is something someone might be surprised to find out about you?
I played rugby in high school… and they actually thought I was fast… I’m not sure which is more surprising.
What was the first job you ever had?
In college, I processed flowers for a small UA flower shop and also gave tours to prospective students and athletes at Ohio State.
Who was your favorite teacher in school, and why?
Mr. Jordan – high school history. He was wildly passionate about the subject and shared it with students in a way that made it exciting even if you didn’t like history. He was a fantastic storyteller, respected by all the students, and I loved that he didn’t take himself or anyone else too seriously.
If you could quickly and easily learn any new skill, what would it be?
Spanish. My sister-in-law is from Mexico, and I would love to be able to talk to her/her family fluently.
What is your most used emoji?
If you had to delete all but three apps on your phone, which ones would you keep?
Spotify, Fitbit, and realtor.com app
What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
If you’re about to make a big life choice or transition and aren’t a little (or even a lot) scared, it’s probably not the right decision.
What is a passage of Scripture you turn to for encouragement?
1 Peter 5:10
And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.