Who am I?
I am a mom of two little girls (4 and 7), wife to a Pre-technical Educator and facilitator of learning experiences (Educator). I teach to heal and transform the world. I lead students, teachers and leaders to discover ways of learning and being that are joyful and rewarding, bringing people closer to understanding themselves.
My background is in history, anthropology and education with an emphasis on social justice and the creation of equitable transformative learning experiences.
I hold a bachelors in history from UVM. After graduation, I began 4 years of research at UVM’s Consulting Archaeology Program. Due to a multitude of personal and professional facts, I enrolled in a the Masters in Education Program at Castleton University. I am entered my 10th year as an Elementary Educator at a small but mighty school in southern Vermont. Because I value personal growth, learning and transformation, I am now only a few credits shy of my C.A.G.S. in Curriculum & Instruction and Educational Leadership from SNHU!
I love early morning runs with my Catahoula Leopard Dog, spending time with my family, cooking nutritious plant-based meals, bonding with our 12 chickens, spending as much time outside and in my garden and reading, reading, reading!