I am originally from Grand Rapids, OH. I joined MSBG in June 2010. As a parent and professional educator, I appreciate the excellent, holistic education students receive here. This type of educational setting is like no other I have experienced, and thrives on mutual respect among students, parents and staff. I am thrilled and honored to be a part of this wonderful education environment. When I was 10, I wanted to be a teacher!
I am from Oak Harbor, OH. I joined MSBG in August 2015. Maria Montessori’s vision for our children and our world aligns with my hopes and beliefs for humanity. Montessori focuses on supporting humans of all ages to continually grow and help others. I believe that is how we will make the world a better place. I love life science! When I was 10, I wanted to be a Marine Biologist.
I am from Fairview Park, Ohio (west side suburb of Cleveland). I joined the team in August 2020! I love that a curious child can explore and develop individually as well as help to mentor others. It is a friendly and intimate environment where everyone feels like a family. My whole family (husband, daughter, and son) are all huge football fans! Go Cleveland Browns and BGSU Falcons! We all attended BGSU. When I was 10, I wanted to be a teacher or an accountant….so my current position here as Operations Director allows me to enjoy both of these avenues!
I am originally from Bowling Green, but lived in the Chicago suburbs for 25 years. I joined the MSBG team in August 2019. I was interested in MSBG because I had been wanting to work for a school, and I like that the nurturing of independence spills over into the faculty and staff area! I love horses, and used to show them. I listen mostly to grunge and heavy metal music! When I was 10, I wanted to be an Olympic Equestrienne.
Lori joined the Montessori School in November 2018, as the Assistant Clerk, with over 20 years of office experience. She loves to spend time with her grandchildren. When asked, Lori says, “the people are great, and, the Montessori experience is excellent.”