Ileana Reich attended Mt. Zion Church in Clarkston, Mi for 22 years. While there, she was trained in a variety of areas, such as Junior Church Sunday School Director with her husband, Don Reich, recording children's music, directing children and adult choir, small group leader, song writer, worship leader, deaconess, soloist, opened two church daycares and wrote a balanced multiple intelligence, spiritual, and academic curriculum. She taught reading at Mt. Zion School for K-3rd grades in a progressive format where the students moved from class to class and teachers taught in teams. She also became assistant principal. She handled discipline, teacher observations, professional development, Special Education testing and speech services, transcript transfers, scheduling, and guidance, as well as career assistance.
She completed a three-year Ministers Training Course and a one-year Teachers Training Course at Mt. Zion Church, Clarkston, Michigan. She obtained a BA in Applied Science with a major in English and minor Elementary Curriculum at Madonna University and Rochester College. She recently obtained a MA in Ed Leadership from the University of South Florida.
She is currently actively involved in the worship and praise ministry, life group ministry, and women’s ministry at Gulf Coast Assembly of God (GCAG) in North Port, Fl. She is setting her calendar to make room for the word God has spoken to her, which is to begin to teach and preach His word to a variety of audiences using a plethora of venues.
She is also involved in leadership at North Port High School, and functions as a teacher, Small Learning Community Department Chair, and Staff Professional Development Coordinator and Planner.