Jeff Natale

Jeff spent most of his childhood playing both baseball and hockey competitively.  Playing 2 sports at a high level led him to Trinity College in Hartford, CT where Jeff spent 4 years playing baseball and 3 years playing hockey.  After college, Jeff was fortunate enough to be drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the […]

Nicole Ross

Nicole brings expertise from professional sports, education, and coaching to her role as a Learning Coach at USPA. Nicole was born and raised in New York City where she began fencing at age 9. She later attended Columbia University where she won an individual NCAA Championship in 2010, co-captained the fencing team, and graduated with […]

Jonathan Kuiper

With over 16 years of experience at the middle and high school level, Jonathan enjoys helping students appreciate and embrace the learning process. Believing in the idea that one must follow before one can lead, he himself is a life-long learner. A proud graduate of Exeter High School, he pursued a Bachelor of Arts at […]

Amy Richard

Amy has been working in public education for twenty years.  She has an intense passion for all things social science related. She is a graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington and has done intensive graduate work in the field of history specializing in Holocaust Education.  She is a certified Holocaust and Genocide instructor […]

Nicole Bockman

Nicole has been working in international education and cultural exchange for over 20 years. Her love of other languages and cultures began in high school when she moved from her hometown of Chicago to Edinburgh, Scotland. During that time, she studied French and Spanish, and also enjoyed visiting various parts of Europe. Later, as a […]

Kathy Haines

Originally from Connecticut, Kathy attended Sacred Heart University, where she earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees.  After graduating, she began her science career as a naturalist at the local zoo. Working there she realized her passion for teaching. She soon started teaching biology, chemistry and environmental science at a local high school until she moved to […]

Kelly Dalke

Kelly is a writer and educator. She’s taught at the college level at the University of New Hampshire and Great Bay Community College; high school English at St. Paul’s School Advanced Studies Program; middle school English at Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth; and creative writing at GrubStreet, a Boston- based nonprofit writing center. Kelly writes […]

Kaitlyn McElroy

Kaitlyn McElroy brings experience in coaching, psychology, and as a Team USA athlete to her role as a Learning Coach at USPA. She grew up in Western Massachusetts and moved to Maine in high school to pursue her athletic dreams in Nordic skiing. After sustaining a career ending injury while skiing for Bates College, Lewiston […]

Brennan E. Barnard

A graduate of Westtown Friends School, Brennan E. Barnard earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish from Franklin & Marshall College and a master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration from The University of Vermont. Brennan has worked as teacher, coach, admission officer, and student affairs administrator at a number of independent […]

Liam Lavery

Liam Lavery began working professionally as a musician at the age of 13 and toured nationally and internationally with professional orchestras and choirs. This unique experience has given Liam the understanding of the difficulties and challenges of balancing professional and academic pursuits. He was the Young Composer of the Year in Northern Ireland and is […]

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