Board of Trustees: Faculty Rep.
Becca began her formal journey as a teacher in 2012 when she enrolled at Columbia University for an MA in Arts Education. Before coming to DCD, Becca worked at a small K-8 independent school on the coast of Maine, in Boston Public Schools, for the Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts, and for BB&N Lower School. In addition to running our PK-8 Woodworking program at DCD, she is a co-facilitator of the Social Justice Affinity space, SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) participant, and a Soccer Coach.
Being the daughter of a renowned Boston architect and a veteran teacher/administrator, she has been inspired by the power of both design and education throughout her life. Becca has a fierce curiosity for all things natural and a passion for woodworking, farming, and outdoor sports, all of which she aims to weave into her connections with students at DCD.
B.A. Colorado College, Studio Art with distinction for Best Senior Thesis Show and concentration Environmental Issues and Spanish
M.A. Columbia Teacher’s College, Art Education, summa cum laude
K-12 Certification in NY and MA States