Meet the 2022-2023 DHS Counseling Department
Margaret Sharp - Students with last names A-G - 10th-12th grades
Hi! I have been an educator in Baldwin County since 2008 and school counselor at Daphne High School since 2017 when I earned my M.Ed. in School Counseling. Prior to entering the education field, I worked in public relations and event planning for the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Campus Card Users. When I am not at school, my husband and I love to spend time with our 5-year-old daughter. I am excited to work with each of you!James Taylor - Students with last names H-O - 10th-12th gradesMaddison Dombrowski - Students with last names P-Z - 10th-12th grades
I am always thrilled to have another year at Daphne High School! I grew up in Birmingham, AL where I graduated from Vestavia Hills High School. I attended college at Mississippi State University where I earned a Bachelor's degree in Educational Psychology, with a minor in Psychology. Because I loved it so much, I went back to MSU to earn my Master's degree in School Counseling. My husband and I relocated here in 2015 after I got hired at Daphne High School, and we continue to fall in love with Baldwin County! We had our first child in August of 2020, Anna James, and we have a sweet lab/golden mix named Abby :)Coryn Ebert - 9th/FX Counselor
Hello! This year marks my 8th year as a school counselor in Baldwin County and first year at Daphne High School. I am so excited to be here! I spent 2 years at Foley High School and the last 5 years at Foley Middle School as the 8th grade counselor. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in School Counseling, both from Auburn University. I also have an Educational Specialist degree in School Counseling from Jacksonville State University. I am married to my husband Jordan, who is a teacher and the head baseball coach at Foley High School, and we have a precious daughter named Kash. We live on a horse farm in Fairhope and that is where you will find me in my free time.
Ansley Beverly - DHS Social Worker
She lives in Fairhope with her husband, David, and two children, son, Tate, and daughter, Reid. A new addition to their family this summer is their Cavapoo puppy, Harper. Mrs. Beverly graduated from Foley High School in 1996. She attended Auburn University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies. She then gained her Master’s degree in Social Work from The University of Alabama in 2002. Mrs. Beverly has 19 years of social work experience including her most recent position as the School Social Worker at Foley High School, completing 9 years. Previous experience includes Baldwin County DHR, Family Options (Auburn, AL), Gulf Shores High School Success Academy Social Worker, and Prevention Coordinator/Special Deliveries Program Director at East Alabama Mental Health Center in Opelika, AL. In Mrs. Beverly’s spare time she loves spending time with her family and friends. She enjoys being on the water or just walking by the bay. She and her family attend 3 Circle Church in Fairhope and feel blessed to be a part of this community.
Morrell Baxter - College and Career Coach
Morrell Baxter started her journey as a College & Career Coach in 2013 serving Washington County Public Schools, then Baldwin County Public Schools since October 2015 . Bridging the gap between education and industry, Morrell provides career guidance for high school students with an emphasis on technical programs. She assists students with career exploration, the complete college application process, the financial aid process, the complete job application process, and more! Morrell has a sincere passion for helping students and making an impact on their future.
She graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Hospital Management and then pursued her graduate studies. She holds a Master's Degree in Marketing from The University of Alabama. Morrell grew up in Chatom Alabama, and now lives in Silverhill with her 2 year-old son Aubrey, and her husband of 6 years, Lance Baxter.
In her spare time, Morrell is also is an artist and fashion blogger and has owned her own businesses, “Morrell Baxter Art”, and “Morrell’s Armoire”, since 2013.