As librarian, Lisa creates an environment where collaboration and creative problem solving thrive. In combination with her position as part-time assistant teacher in kindergarten, Lisa uses her creativity and organization to support independent learning and encourage reader development.
“I consider myself a life-long learner. In my roles, I share my knowledge and encourage my students by providing one-on-one instruction or facilitating a lesson with a small group of students. Intimate, focused interactions allow me to reinforce concepts, address needs, and provide direct encouragement.”
The consummate volunteer, Lisa is a former St. Peter’s parent and a past recipient of the Diane K. Wolford Service Award. Presented to her at the close of the 2000 school year, the honor recognized Lisa for her extraordinary volunteer service and selfless contributions to the St. Peter’s school community.
Currently completing her undergraduate degree in English at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Lisa is the proud parent of two children, Chip and Elizabeth, who are both St. Peter’s graduates.