St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School Announces New Trustees

  • Tuesday, April 16, 2024
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School announces three members to the board of trustees following their election on April 5, 2024. Each is elected to serve a three-year term.

The new members are Andrew Dinsmore, Molly Schaefer Still and Sarah Metzgar Steffner.

A 17-year veteran with the company, and with 20-plus years in the industry, Mr. Dinsmore, of Cleveland, is an operator and owner for Publix Super Markets, Inc. An active civic leader, he is the current board chair of Junior Achievement for Ocoee Region, sargeant-at-arms for the Rotary Club of Cleveland, the 2023-2024 campaign co-chair for United Way of the Ocoee Region, the vice president for the Cleveland Young Professionals Circle of the Ocoee Region and serves on the boards for The Epilepsy Foundation of East Tennessee, The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce and The Museum and Cultural Center at 5ive Points.
He is also president of the St. Andrew’s-Sewanee Alumni Association. Mr. Dinsmore received his bachelor of science degree in
business entrepreneurship from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.


Ms. Still, of Winchester, is the owner and operator of Schaefer Nursery, a wholesale business that grows and sells more than 100 varieties of plants to nurseries across the United States. An alumna of St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School, she dedicated years of her career to education before shifting her focus to local business. Before assuming ownership of Schaefer Nursery, Ms. Still directed the Leadership Institute at Parish Episcopal School in Dallas, Tx. She is also a former member of SAS’s humanities faculty. During her tenure at her alma mater, she served as the student leadership program director, director of the art gallery, on the admissions team and as a coach and dorm parent. Ms. Still received her bachelor of arts degree in leadership studies from the University of Richmond.

Ms. Steffner, of Chattanooga, is a freelance writer and editor working across multiple commercial and non-profit industries. She received a bachelor’s degree in history and art history from Sewanee – The University of the South. A current parent at SAS, Ms. Steffner is the former board president of St. Peter’s Episcopal School (Chattanooga) and retiring president of the Girls Preparatory School Parent Council Executive Committee.
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