I graduated from Suffolk University in May 2014 and began working at the British International School of Boston one week after graduation. At Suffolk I studied international relations and did a semester at Charles University in Prague.
During my college career I held many jobs with an educational focus, including working at Jumpstart, teaching swimming lessons at M.I.T, and working as a Retention Scholar at Suffolk’s International Student Services Office. I also interned at The African Food and Peace Foundation, where I focused on educating women and girls in rural Uganda.
I grew up in Meriden, Connecticut, a little city halfway between Hartford and New Haven. Outside of school I enjoy playing soccer and going hiking.
what makes this school different
What makes BISB different than any school I have worked at or have attended is that everyone at the school is socially aware. It is amazing seeing the students and staff participate in various fundraisers and even have sent students to help a school in Tanzania. The atmosphere of social responsibility is amazing.