VOLUNTEER WORK in the COMMUNITY
Since 2004, when I moved to Hamilton, I have been actively involved in the community.
Hamilton Government Study Committee: member
Hamilton-Wenham GREEN: founder and first President
Capital Management Committee: member
League of Women Voters: Board Member.
EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION
I have many years of experience teaching students from middle school through graduate school and
in education research.
Teacher: The Potomac School, VA.
Teacher: Brunswick School, CT.
Chairman of the History Department and Dean of Guidance
Northeastern University: Researcher in Education, Adjunct Professor
Lesley University: Adjunct Professor and Senior Lecturer
Director: Art House, an after school program Grades K-6, Washington, DC
Volunteer Work in Education:
Founder and Co-Director, Field Studies: ME, K - 12
Co-Founder and President, The Tremont School Fund, to support the local elementary school in Tremont, Maine
Policy Analyst :
The Annenberg Rural School and Community Trust
Lead Researcher + Writer: Dollars & Sense for
As a researcher in education, I studied districts throughout the US and visited many of them. This experience and training will help me understand
local issues and find ways to address them. I hope to be a fair and proactive voice for our community of residents, students, parents, teachers, and administrators,
BA: Bennington College, Anthropology
MA: New York University, Sociology
Ed.D.: Boston University School of Education, Administration, Policy and Training
WRITING in EDUCATION:
I’ve written books and articles for foundations, government agencies, and academic journals about culture and education, education of the gifted, issues relating to school facilities, and
ways in which schools and communities can work together. My dissertation, Working Memory: the influence of culture on aspirations, won the 1998 dissertation award from the National
Rural Education Association.
These include Dollars & Sense: The cost effectiveness of small schools, Dollars & Sense II: Lessons from Good, Cost-effective Small Schools and The Hermit Crab Solution, about creative
ways to utilize school facilities. I’ve also worked with teams on projects including Schools for Successful Communities: An Element of Smart Growth for the US Environmental Protection
Agency and the Council for Educational Facilities Planners International.
For a partial list of my published papers in education please visit:
Thank you for your interest in the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District. If you have any questions or comments,
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