Priscilla Lindberg

B.A. (History; minor in Religion) Lake Forest College; M.A. (History), University of Connecticut.

Prior to arriving at The Northwest School, Pricilla was a faculty member of social studies and language arts at the American School of Ulaanbaatar, a college-preparatory school in Mongolia. Her teaching focus has been on English language instruction as well as creating an integrated social studies and language arts curriculum. Before her tenure in Mongolia, she was a faculty member of history and English at The Marvelwood School in Connecticut, where she served as Assistant Director of Community Service and was awarded the Cornelia Bodkin Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching. She continues to volunteer on weekends to cook breakfast for overnight shelter guests at St. James Cathedral. In 2015, Priscilla was selected as a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute Scholar to study the literatures of indigenous people in Missoula, Montana.

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