Jessica Tabb Wood played for Tabor Academy prior to attending Providence College, where she was ECAC Rookie of the Year (1997-98), Assistant Captain (1999-2000), Captain (2000-2001), and Female Athlete of the Year (2000-01). After college she played for the Toronto Aeros in the NWHL, where she was Assistant Captain (2003-2005) and helped lead her team to two NWHL Championship titles (2001-02 & 2004-05). From 1997-2005 she was a USA hockey festival invitee and a member of U22 and Four Nations teams, ultimately resulting in her selection to the US Women’s National Team. Since 2000, Tabb Wood has been a coach with Dynamic Skating and Pride Hockey. In 2005, she coached the Springfield Jr. Pics U16 & U18 teams. She was appointed head coach at Cathedral High School from (2008-2011), where she started the girls’ ice hockey program and led her team to the playoffs in multiple seasons.
Education: B.A., English Literature, St. Lawrence University; M.A.T., Secondary English Education, North Carolina State University
Roles at NMH: English teacher; assistant girls' varsity ice hockey coach; girls' lacrosse coach; dorm faculty, advisor
I'm excited to be a part of such a diverse learning environment where both students and teachers care tremendously about improving the world they live in and the lives of others.
Education: B.S., Psychology
Roles at NMH: Library Tech, ice hockey coach