Education: B.A., Black Studies, Amherst College; M.S.Ed., UPenn Graduate School of Education
Roles at NMH: English teacher, girl’s junior varsity soccer coach, dorm faculty, advisor, Circle of Sisters
Experience: Joined NMH as a UPenn teaching fellow in 2016; summer resident fellow at the Hotchkiss School; worked in the NMH Summer Session program; semester at University of Havana, Cuba, where she studied Spanish, cultural realities of Cuba, Afro-Cuban studies and Cuban cinema
NMH excites me for the challenge and opportunity of teaching engaged, fun, and curious students from all over the world in a Western Massachusetts setting. I am continuously inspired by my colleagues and so grateful to live and learn in a community with people who share my values and make me a better person for upholding them.
Education: M.Ed., Hispanic Language and Culture, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, Spain; B.A.,in Spanish, magna cum laude, Minor in Sociology, Northeastern University
Roles at NMH: Spanish teacher, Global Ambassador program coordinator, soccer coach, dorm faculty, student advisor, Academic Committee member, Calendar Committee member, member of the Diversity Advisory Group.
Experience: At NMH since 2010; originally from Estelí, Nicaragua; ESL student at Holyoke Community College before transferring to Northeastern University; graduate work in education at Lesley University and Salem State University; joined a nonprofit organization that ran programs for at-risk youth in Boston; taught Spanish at Watertown Middle School; has traveled throughout Europe, most frequently to Portugal, and owns a small Coffee farm in Nicaragua; has co-coached the girls' thirds soccer team; served as advisor to S.A.L.S.A.