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Some of Our Past Bloggers

Posted by BSCAA in The Alumni Blog on Mar 07, 2017

Alisa Algava ‘08, leader of a small Hudson Valley progressive school

Gloria Arenson ’58, psychotherapist

Bill Ayers ‘84, UIC professor, Chicago

Fred Baumgarten ‘84, writer/musician/naturalist/father

Keith Berman '03, founder/president of Options for College and Bank Street’s LinkedIn moderator

David Bowles ’08 (SFC ’93), museum educator at the Rubin Museum of Art

Elena Canaras ‘07, Special Education teacher, Hawaii

Virginia Casper, Bank Street faculty member

Jim Clay ‘88, director of a Washington DC Quaker preschool

Amelia Clune ’11, teacher and literacy specialist

Mary DeCamp Cotterall ‘87, Reading Specialist, Michigan

Judy Coven ’77, retired public school teacher and former Antioch University faculty member

Leslie Day '93, adjunct instructor at Bank Street and author of Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City

Mary Louise (Molly) Day ‘76, Lab School teacher, Chicago

Liezel de La Isla ‘99, Prague International School teacher

Diane Trister Dodge '70, founder and president of Teaching Strategies, Inc.

Meghan Dunn ’08, 3rd grade teacher, Brooklyn

Steven Evangelista ’01, co-director Harlem Link Charter School, NYC

Janine Fetters ‘02, Senior Associate of Parent Engagement at NACCRRA

Dena Florczyk '88, middle school teacher and founder/director of The Nigerian School Project

Hollee Freeman '94, writes about parenting issues for the alumni blog and was featured on BSCAA's April 2012 Career Panel

Ellen Galinsky '70, is President and Co-Founder of Families and Work Institute and author of Mind in the Making: The Seven Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs

Joanne Ruvolo Gannett ‘84, Columbia College art history professor, Chicago

Joan Goldstein ‘67, sociologist and educator

Margot Hammond, Director of the Center for Early Childhood Professionals

Carol Hillman ‘67, early childhood educator, author, and Long Trip co-leader

Pam Jones ‘05, Bank Street advisor and instructor

Otis Kriegel ’00, writer and educator

Lee Klinger Lesser ‘87, trainer for the Parent Services Project

Preminda Langer ‘97, teacher trainer

Elizabeth McKenna '05, early childhood educator

Claire Milam ’97, life coach, Austin, Texas

Rabin Nickens ‘03, Speaker, Trainer and Educational Consultant

Beth Norford ‘89, consultant and former School for Children teacher

Susy Ogden ‘97

Marion Palm ‘95, Leadership in the Arts alum, writing tutor, poet and singer

Jessica Poser, assistant professor of art education at UIC, Chicago

Jesse Pugh '76, BSCAA President

Meg Rauen ‘06, former Chicago elementary school teacher, NY

Linda Reing, Bank Street Director of Alumni Relations

Rosalind Rothman '62, retired NYC teacher and guidance counselor

Kyla Ryman '92/'97, educational coach and consultant

Ariel Sacks ‘06, middle school teacher, Brooklyn, NY

Linda Appleman (Guidall) Shapiro ‘81, psychotherapist and author

Barbara Silver ‘80, literacy consultant and former NYC first grade teacher

Andrea Penny Spencer, former Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Bank Street

Debbie Stone ‘84, former teacher/co-director of High Valley School

Rachel Theilheimer ‘74, chair of teacher education at BMCC/CUNY

Shani Thornton ’07, child life specialist

Theodore Timpson ’05, founder/president of Young Spirit Foundation

Helen Tinsley ’01, educator, writer and multi-media artist

Eleanor Traubman '95, is Editor in Chief of Creative Times, a blog which promotes NYC's performing, visual and literary arts

Allison Warren '08, new mom, recent grad, and early childhood teacher

Max Weinberg ‘03, Francis Parker School teacher, Chicago

Ted Wells ‘07, 4th grade teacher at The Park School, Brookline, MA

Tracy Wiessbrod ’03, kindergarten teacher and stay-at-home mom

Jane Nixon Willis ’01, teacher and published playwright

Loraine Yamin ’95, early childhood educator

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