Anne-Catherine is a K-2 ENL teacher at a Title-1 school in New York City. She has also taught students from pre-k through eighth grade in Cincinnati and Saint Louis at dual-immersion and newcomer magnet schools.
Anne-Catherine is trained in the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol, Orton-Gillingham, and Kagan Cooperative learning, and blends these methodologies to meet the needs of her students. She is a big fan of E.D. Hirsch's work related to core knowledge.
Anne-Catherine is a former TeachEarth Fellow and a two-time Fund for Teachers fellow. She has also had the honor to serve as a Teacher Leader through the American Federation of Teachers and was named a Green Guru by Keep Cincinnati Beautiful for her work related to conservation and sustainability initiatives at her school.
Anne-Catherine graduated with a B.A. in Liberal Studies from the University of California at Riverside and later earned an M.Ed from the same institution. She recently completed a master’s degree in the Science of Reading from Mount St. Joseph University.
Anne-Catherine is a certified yoga instructor who has started and managed three school gardens. In her spare time, Anne loves to read, run, and upcycle things for her classroom.