Mentor Teachers

K–12 Education

Phillips Mentor Teachers are best-practice K‒12 educators who find innovative solutions to teaching art across the curriculum. The Phillips Education Department collaborates with inspired educators from Washington, D.C. and around the country, to design, implement, and evaluate arts-integrated curricula. Mentor Teachers also serve as advisors on K‒12 initiatives and lead teacher development programs. 


 

Kathy Aghalarpour Gold


West Side Collaborative
New York, New York


Rachel Albert


Bryant Adult Alternative High School
Alexandria, Virginia


Lee Allen


Stuart-Hobson Middle School
Washington, D.C.


Carol Barker


Turquoise Trail Elementary School
Santa Fe, New Mexico


Keven Barrett


Center for Early Education
Los Angeles, California


Paige Byrne


Horace Mann Elementary School
Washington, D.C.


Katie Cushman


Peabody Early Childhood Center
Washington, D.C.


Erin Fitzgerald


West Side Collaborative
New York, New York


Gayle Gerber


Center for Early Education
Los Angeles, California


Eric Ginsburg


Bruce Monroe at Parkview
Washington, D.C.


Lynn Grimes


Turquoise Trail Elementary School
Santa Fe, New Mexico


Missy Haney


Bryan Adult Alternative High School
Alexandria, Virginia


Lynn Hommeyer


Bruce Monroe at Parkview
Washington, D.C.


Carole Huberman


Woodrow Wilson High School
Washington, D.C.


Emily Koch


West Side Collaborative
New York, New York


Penny Landreth


Center for Early Education
Los Angeles, California


Sandy Leibowitz


National Cathedral School
Washington, D.C.


Barbara Mandel


Holton-Arms School
Bethesda, Maryland


Mary Ellen McCabe


Stafford Elementary School
Stafford, Virginia


Marce Miller


Stafford Elementary School
Stafford, Virginia


Jacke Mumpower


Stafford Elementary School
Stafford, Virginia


Gail Murdock


Peabody Early Childhood Center
Washington, D.C.


Melissa Smith


Peabody Early Childhood Center
Washington, D.C.


Alison Squire


Formerly, City Collegiate Public Charter School
Washington, D.C.


Georgia Stockdale


Formerly, City Collegiate Public Charter School
Washington, D.C.


Judy Weiskopf


Center for Early Education
Los Angeles, California