List of 12 frequently asked questions.

  • SINCE YOU ASKED ME TO BRAG, HERE'S THE PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENT I'M MOST PROUD OF

    Helping middle school students from low-income communities in Lawrence, MA realize their potential and working with them to apply/go to amazing high schools.
  • WHAT I WANT TO BE WHEN I GROW UP (NOW)

    Great at what I do and improve in my sculptural abilities.
  • MY PRIMARY ROLE AT THACHER

    Mathematics Teacher
  • FAVORITE PLACE ON EARTH

    My mom’s couch in East Los Angeles
  • WHEN NOT TEACHING I CAN BE FOUND

    Dancing, painting, exploring towns/cities with my husband.
  • FAVORITE PLACE IN MY IMAGINATION

    Discussing social causes and consequences of death, destruction, and civil war with Teresa Margolles while helping her to put up one of her amazing pieces of work in an exhibition space.
  • THE BOOK, MOVIE, WORK OF ART, OR PIECE OF MUSIC I CANNOT IMAGINE LIFE WITHOUT

    Hermoso Cariño by Vicente Fernandez
  • HARDLY ANYBODY KNOWS THAT I

    know how to weld.
  • FAVORITE JOB PERKS

    The beautiful view from my kitchen window, the delectable food and friendly staff in the new dining hall, my colleagues, my students, everyone at maintenance, the horses, the different berry trees and wildlife! There’s so much to love!
  • I KNEW I WANTED TO WORK AT THACHER WHEN

    I visited for the first time and had to slow down at the curves around the mountains, park my car, and witness the spectacular views. As I left campus after interviews, there was a student coming up from the Gymkhana Road on a horse! It was cool. I remember not questioning it and just accepting it as something totally normal that happens at Thacher. 
  • FAVORITE PLACES AT THACHER

    The dining hall and the Hill
  • WHAT I WANTED TO BE WHEN I GREW UP (WHEN I WAS 10)

    A doctor
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