Education: M.B.A., Marketing, Babson College; B.A., History and Economics, Hobart College
Roles at NMH: History teacher, ice hockey coach, lacrosse coach, dorm faculty, advisor, library proctor, Student Life Seminar facilitator, Student Life Committee
Experience: AP US History Reader since 2010; taught at the Hong Kong International School during 2003–2004; attended AP Institutes at the Taft School and Fordham University; taught at the Hun School of Princeton from 1992-2000; member of the Organization of American Historians, the Global Association of Teachers of Economics, and USA Hockey; 1995 Trentonian and Trenton Times Ice Hockey Coach of the Year
Teaching at NMH affords me the incredible opportunity to engage with students who are from numerous backgrounds and who offer multiple domestic and global perspectives. Everyday I am excited to enter a classroom, an athletic venue, or a dorm where I learn as much from my students as I hope that they learn from me.
Assistant CoachWil has played hockey and lacrosse since he was a boy, and has coached for more than 15 years. Before coming to NMH in 2019, he helped start an ice hockey program at Saint Francis High School in Mountain View, California; the program grew from a single JV club team into a multiple-team program, and after four years, the varsity team, which Wil coached, won a league championship and was invited to the state championships. When he was head coach for the SFHS boys’ JV lacrosse team and assistant coach for the boys’ varsity lacrosse team, the program more than doubled in size. As an athlete, Wil played NCAA D II lacrosse at Notre Dame de Namur, earning a WCAL championship in 2011 and serving as a captain his senior year. He earned two bachelor’s degrees, in Religious Studies and Psychology, from NDNU and also holds a master’s in Theological Studies from Austin Presybyterian Theological Seminary.