Faculty and Staff
The Cambridge-Ellis staff is made up of highly-educated, experienced, and talented teachers dedicated to early childhood education and child development. Our head teachers have master’s degrees and are certified by the State of Massachusetts (Pre-K-3) and the Department of Early Education and Care. All of our teachers are gifted with children and committed to providing the best education and care. Teachers take advantage of regular staff development opportunities, and we enjoy an outstanding legacy of staff longevity.
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B.A. Cambridge College
My career in early childhood began in Austria, where I grew up. After moving to Boston I continued my education and taught preschool. I have been director of early education programs in Cambridge for over two decades. I have come to understand the essence of success at Cambridge-Ellis School as a perfect balance between its warm and enriching environment, engaged teaching staff, and educational philosophy. It is an exciting and stimulating community of life long learners, and I am proud to be a part of it.
B.A. College of the Holy Cross
M.A. Tufts University
My professional experiences over the past 15 years reflect my dedication to the field of Early Childhood Education. I have extensive practice facilitating emergent, inquiry-based curriculum, where children are encouraged to be thoughtful investigators who ask questions, pursue interests, and develop creative ideas. I am excited to return to CES in an administrative role after having been a Blue Room head teacher from 2002-2007. I am also the Board Secretary and Coordinator of the Boston Reggio Inspired Study Group, which brings together Reggio Emilia-inspired educators in the Boston area.
B.S. University of Massachusetts-Lowell
My passion for managing school business operations began when I was elected to the school committee in my hometown at the age of 21. I quickly became fascinated by the complex challenges of managing school finances. After spending a number of years in large municipal and school business offices, I was truly excited to join a smaller and more hands on community here at the Cambridge-Ellis School.
Arts Educator & Coordinator
B.S. University of Oklahoma
M.Ed. Lesley University
I have been in early childhood education since 1984 as a teacher, director and literacy-based creative movement specialist. Since 2009, I have been the Arts Educator at Cambridge-Ellis School. I am integrating all of my experiences to design, teach, and oversee a creative and enriching arts program for children ages two to five years. My work is well suited to my lifestyle as I enjoy visiting museums, listening to music, attending dance performances and browsing children’s books at stores and libraries.
Director of Development
B.A. Brown University
M.S. Columbia University
With over 15 years of philanthropic management experience in the non-profit education space in Manhattan, I joined Cambridge-Ellis School in 2016. Previously, I worked as a senior major gifts specialist and volunteer management director at Columbia University and PBS Channel Thirteen. I look forward to connecting with parents and alumni to enrich the lives of our earliest learners on behalf of the Cambridg-Ellis School. A native of Provincetown, Massachusetts, I currently reside in Waltham with my husband and son.
Biography coming soon.