List of 12 frequently asked questions.

  • FAVORITE JOB PERK: 

    Insightful conversations with students, and silly student moments. Also my house just off campus with a great sunset view!
  • I KNEW I WANTED TO WORK AT THACHER WHEN: 

    I met a group of students during my interview and they introduced me to Strava!
  • WHEN NOT IN MY OFFICE I CAN BE FOUND: 

    At my house or out for a run in town.
  • SINCE YOU ASKED ME TO BRAG, HERE'S THE PROFESSIONAL
    ACCOMPLISHMENT I'M MOST PROUD OF: 

    Creating my own course called Topics in Native American Studies from scratch and running it for the first time this year at Thacher. I built the curriculum around sources I have been looking at in my free time and am so excited to work with such engaged students on topics I find so relevant and interesting today.
  • FAVORITE PLACE AT THACHER: 

    The outdoor chapel or the L. Moore trail.
  • WHAT I WANTED TO BE WHEN I GREW UP (WHEN I WAS 10): 

    A paleontologist.
  • FAVORITE PLACE ON EARTH: 

    Moosilauke Ravine Lodge in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
  • WHAT I WANT TO BE WHEN I GROW UP (NOW): 

    An outdoor educator or DEI coordinator in the outdoor education world!
  • FAVORITE PLACE IN MY IMAGINATION: 

    A nice long, sunny hike and a cool swim afterward. (Favorite in my imagination because I rarely love hiking while I’m actually doing it! Only after I’m done)
  • HARDLY ANYBODY KNOWS THAT I… 

    Am missing a knuckle and was a Christmas elf as my winter job for six years through high school and college.
  • MY PRIMARY ROLE AT THACHER: 

    History teacher!
  • THE BOOK, MOVIE, WORK OF ART, OR PIECE OF MUSIC I CANNOT IMAGINE LIFE WITHOUT: 

    Anything and everything Taylor Swift.
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