Little Known Fact About Me:
Although she would not let me teach at AGS until she graduated, I am the proud parent of Brittany Flood, AGS Class of 2007. After AGS, she graduated from the University of Virginia in 2011 as a Jerome Holland Scholar, majoring in urban and environmental planning, with a minor in architecture and a concentration in environmental science.
Why I Teach:
Like my mother and daughter, I am a graduate of an all girls’ school. After my undergraduate education, I returned to my single gender roots for my first graduate degree at an all women’s college. I worked at Chestnut Hill as an academic counselor, director of the academic support center, Psychology Department lecturer and counseling center therapist. My second graduate degree, Science Education, allowed me to teach elementary school science at an all girls’ school.
Before joining the faculty at AGS, I co-founded SMART Girls’ summer camp. I have been a part of the AGS Science department for the past eight years and also served as a Dean for 7th and 8th grade. It has been an honor to work with not only the girls but also the teachers at AGS. I grow stronger in my understanding of single gender education everyday.
Master of Science Education/M.S. Counseling Psychology, Arcadia University/Chestnut Hill College