When growing up in Chicago, USA, it was always my dream to experience living in Poland, the country my parents had taught me so much about. After a summer study abroad program in Cracow, I fell in love with the country and decided to stay.
I have been teaching since 2004, when I first joined the British International School of Cracow as a Year 2 class teacher. I also taught at its sister school in Wroclaw for a year before moving to Seoul, South Korea in 2010. After eight years at Dulwich College Seoul, where I taught across Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, I am very excited to be back in Europe and to have joined The British School Warsaw, a school with such a wonderful ethos and history.
Outside the classroom, I’m an avid Salsa Dancer and enjoy watching live performances of Music and Drama. I love horseback riding and hope to go back to sailing to make use of my ‘Inland Skipper License’. I am joined in Warsaw by my husband and two children, Oskar and Eliza.
I truly love teaching and have found it makes my life rewarding and meaningful - not many people get the opportunity to help so many others within the course of one day!