Group Teacher, Fifth and Sixth Grade
BA, History and Secondary Education Arcadia University
MSEd, Independent School Leadership University of Pennsylvania
Friends Council on Education Institute for Engaging Leadership in Friends Schools
I have taught many subjects in my 11 years as a teacher including Upper and Middle School Social Studies, Sixth Grade Math, and Physical Education. I have also served as an Academic Dean and Assistant Head of School. I began teaching at United Friends School in 2006 and also worked as their Athletic Director, After School Enrichment Program Coordinator, and Summer Camp Director.
I hold a Bachelor’s degree in History and Education, summa cum laude, and I am a graduate of the Friends Council on Education’s Institute for Engaging Leadership in Friends Schools. I also hold a M.S.Ed. from the University of Pennsylvania in independent school leadership where I researched the factors influencing technology integration in an independent school kindergarten classroom.
I enjoy thinking about educational instructional practices that provide students with real-world experiences and knowledge. I also enjoy painting, sculpting, reading and writing. I have written several articles for Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Friends Journal and my research on factors influencing Quaker views on Friends Education has been published through the Friends Council on Education.