Education: B.F.A., Painting, Tyler School of Art, Temple University
Roles at NMH: Art teacher, health teacher, director of the outdoor program, head coach nordic ski teams, dorm faculty, advisor, Orienteering Club advisor.
I like teaching at NMH because I get to teach my passions to highly motivated students.
Education: B.A., Sociology and Anthropology, Colgate University; M.Div., Harvard Divinity School; M.Ed. Educational Leadership, Lehigh University
Roles at NMH: History and social sciences department chair, teacher; nordic skiing assistant coach; dorm faculty, student advisor, U.Penn Teaching Residency mentor
Experience: At NMH since 2014; humanities teacher at Seoul Foreign School 2001-2014; social science teacher at American School of Asuncion 1999-2001; social science teacher at Brent International School Manila 1997-1999; alternative and outdoor education experience prior
The atmosphere of motivated, curious, and engaged students combined with faculty and staff who value relationships, collaboration, and innovation make NMH an intoxicating place to teach and learn. I also love the underlying values of developing a holistic self--mental, physical, psychological, spiritual, and moral-- without taking ourselves too seriously.