- Mathematics teacher, Miss Hall’s School, Pittsfield, Mass.
- Tanglewood/Boston Symphony Orchestra residential assistant
- Wheaton Fund supporter
Counts on education:
“Wheaton gave me my first chance to stand in front of a classroom as a teaching assistant while I was a student. That led to many other teaching opportunities, including with the Peace Corps in Bulgaria, at boarding schools in Maine and Rhode Island, at the United Nations International School in Manhattan, and to my current school. The college gave me the chance to see the world and my place in it; the confidence to go after the jobs that I want; and the skills and experience to get those positions.”
“As a teacher I have the honor of making a difference in the world every day. The difference I make is in helping to inspire the generations to come and, especially, to help my students discover what they are passionate about and how they can make a positive difference in their world—whether that is within their family, themselves, their community or the entire world.”
Knows support equals success:
“Wheaton has made me the person that I am today and has helped to define and expand my sense of self. As a third-generation Wheatie, I know the importance of keeping the college strong for the success of current and future students. That’s why I contribute to the Wheaton Fund.”
Give opportunity. Support the Wheaton Fund.
Call 800-896-3145 (option 2) or visit wheatoncollege.edu/giving