After graduating from Middlebury College with a degree in French and Spanish, I began my teaching career giving English lessons in primary schools in France. I worked for one year in Noyon and a second year in Paris.
Additionally, I’ve taught English and French to Japanese students in Kanazawa, Japan, and French to middle school students at the Charles River School, before joining the British International School of Boston in 2013.
I enjoy practicing music, and try my hand at a variety of instruments, including piano, ukulele, and banjo. I’ve taken advantage of many travel opportunities, and enjoy exploring new places. I’m also an avid hiker, and enjoy New England’s vast trail networks. During the summer months, I use the time to pursue long-distance backpacking goals.
what makes this school different
The British International School of Boston’s international focus fosters a vibrant environment for language learning. I enjoy seeing students make connections between the target language and their own native languages. Students are more open to learning about other cultures and find these ideas to be more readily accessible, living in a multicultural environment every day. It’s inspiring to see students make these cross-cultural connections, and I love helping them enrich their global perspectives.