1. Tell us a bit about yourself. Where are you from and what were you doing before arriving at THINK Global School?
Born and raised in Connecticut, I attended Manhattanville College where I was a student-athlete on the field hockey team. I graduated with a degree in management and an HR concentration and I always had an interest in business. Prior to TGS, I worked in HR in sports.
2. What are your favorite aspects of your job?
The most rewarding part of my job is that I have the opportunity to change lives. TGS is truly a dream job for many and I am able to be a part of that process.
3. What aspects of THINK Global School’s educational model do you find most appealing?
If TGS was around when I was in high school, I no doubt would have applied. Being able to learn outside of the traditional classroom is a learning experience in itself. Now, to then add project-based learning modules to the in-country specific topics is most appealing.
4. If you could make one major change to global education, what would it be?
Resources. If one does not have the correct resources, almost nothing can be accessible.
5. Which of our core values do you feel you most embody, and why?
Satya (Sanskrit) Live truth — I believe if you are not able to live your truth, then what are you actually living?
6. If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?
The French Polynesian islands for sure.