Sally, a former teacher of cultural history, English, and anthropology, has deep experience in independent school curriculum development, research, and administration. Her experience includes teaching and curriculum development at Keystone Academy in Beijing, the Friends World Program (Southampton College), and Ross School on Long Island. She served as Director of Curriculum, Research, and Professional Development at THINK Global School, where she worked with faculty in developing the school’s travel-based curriculum as a unique foundation for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. She has published numerous articles and consulted for educational institutions in the United States, Asia, and Europe.
B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College; Ph. D. in Anthropology from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York
What she’d whisper in the ear of her 15-year-old self
Two things. My life has been so fast-paced, a non-stop adventure! I’ve always regretted not having kept a journal. So one is: “Figure out a way to regularly pause, reflect on, and appreciate your exciting life.” And also: “Listen carefully to other people, especially people different from you. But trust your gut and your own feelings.”