Chapman Davis graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Science in 1988. She earned a Master's of Science in 1990 in Sports Injury Prevention and Management in from Springfield College.
In the summer of 1990, she was hired as the head field hockey coach and assistant athletic trainer at The University of the South, in Sewanee, TN. In 2000, she also joined the Sewanee Admission staff as the athletic department liaison. After 12 years, she and her family moved to Spartanburg, SC, where she became the director of athletics and head field hockey coach at Spartanburg Day School.
In 2005, Ms. Davis accepted the position as director of athletics at Asheville School. During her 11 years as Asheville School's athletic director, she also taught Anatomy & Physiology and coached numerous sports. She currently serves at the director of student activities, Kehaya dorm dean, science teacher and field hockey coach. She lives with her husband, Lecky Haller, and daughter, Emerson Kern, on the campus of Asheville School.
Christine Jones earned a B.A. from Earlham College in both Biology and French in 1992. She then went on to earn an M.S. from the University of Wisconsin in 1994. Ms. Jones began her teaching career with the National Audubon Society, where she taught environmental science classes to adults and children. While raising her children, she taught part-time at UNC-Asheville in the Environmental Studies Department and at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College in the Biology Department. Jones began teaching high school students in 2007, when she accepted a job at Buncombe County Early College, a high school program housed on the campus of A-B Tech.
Christine Jones has been a science teacher at Asheville School since 2014, where she teaches both Biology and AP Environmental Science. She currently serves as the Chair of the Science Department.
Jones' professional recognition includes: collegiate awards such as induction into the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society; the publication of several scientific papers (under Christine P. Balgooyen); recognition as a finalist for Buncombe County Teacher of the Year (2013); and recognition as the District 8 Science Teacher of the Year (2013). Ms. Jones is a certified NC Plant Professional and enjoys plant identification and landscaping with native plants.