Waring is excited to introduce three new members to the school’s faculty and staff for the start of the 2019-2020 academic year. Learn a little about each addition below.
Michelle Ramadan joins Waring’s Humanities Department after nearly a decade teaching at Pingree School. She holds a B.A. degree in Comparative Literature with a teaching certificate from Brown University and a M.F.A degree in Creative Writing from Lesley University. Michelle is a triple-citizen (USA, France, and Lebanon) and is proficient in four non-English languages (French, Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic). She enjoys international travel and has lived in four countries outside of the United States (Egypt, Lebanon, Mexico, and China). In her free time, she writes poetry, throws pots, and trains in Tae Kwon Do.
Joining Waring’s French and Humanities Departments as a Teaching Fellow is Anita Richardson. Anita attended Waring from 2005-2010 and earned a B.A. degree in French and Francophone Studies from Davidson College. For three years, she taught English as a Foreign Language in Réunion and Guadeloupe as part of the French Embassy’s U.S. Teaching Assistant Program in France. She enjoys travel, hiking active volcanoes, playing the piano, and singing.
Jackie Raposo is Waring’s new School Nurse. She holds a B.S. degree in Nursing from St. Joseph’s College and has worked in emergency rooms, intensive care units, home health services, and schools. In the past, Jackie has volunteered in hospitals and orphanages in India and Thailand. She enjoys reading, art, and spending time with her three children.