List of 12 frequently asked questions.

  • My primary roles at Thacher

    I teach American history, European history, and am a faculty liaison for the Writing Center and the Yearbook. I also advise junior girls.
  • What my students call me

    Dr. Greene or Doc G.
  • I knew I wanted to work at Thacher when

    I taught a group of freshmen during my campus visit. The students were so smart, excited, and engaged. The beautiful campus also won me over.
  • Favorite Thacher teaching moment

    That would be either the Hamilton-Jefferson Rap Battle or the Reconstruction Rap Battle. My students are very creative.
  • Favorite job perk

    I love living on campus with my family.
  • When not in the classroom I can be found

    Chasing my kids around the Dining Hall.
  • Favorite place in my imagination

    Wherever The Hobbit is set.
  • Favorite place on earth

    Paris, France.
  • Favorite place at Thacher

    I am in love with the view of the mountains and valley that you get from Upper Field. I just can’t get over it.
  • The book, movie, work of art, or piece of music I cannot imagine life without

    The Little Locksmith by Katherine Butler Hathaway.
  • What I wanted to be when I grew up (when I was 10)

    An artist, a writer, and a devourer of books.
  • What I want to be when I grow up (now)

    An artist, a writer, and a devourer of books.
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