Hewitt Faculty

Trained Experts, Research Practitioners, Lifelong Learners

Hewitt faculty members are trained experts committed to implementing research on girls at each stage of development. Our faculty are not just teachers but research practitioners and lifelong learners who make the extraordinary journey of a Hewitt education possible. Hewitt educators are perpetual students themselves, continually seeking out the latest available information about how girls learn best and incorporating fresh knowledge into an academic approach that fosters a truly unique and lifelong sense of purpose in young women.

Meet our Faculty

Faculty Accolades

Publications

  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) The Mathematics Teacher
  • Creativity and Technology in Mathematics Education
  • National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) blog
  • ART QA Magazine
  • Narrative Magazine

Performing and Visual Arts

  • Solo and group art exhibitions at galleries in New York, London, and Berlin.
  • Plays directed and staged at NYC Fringe Festival and regional/national theaters.
  • New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) action research grant.
  • Conducting fellowship at the Atlanta Summer Conducting Institute, Georgia State University.

Participants in Training Cohorts

  • New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) Emerging Leaders Institute
  • National SEED Project (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity)
  • CARLE Institute
  • National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Diversity Leadership Institute
  • Interschool Leadership Institute for Educators of Color
  • Children's Environmental Literacy Foundation (CELF) 

Professional Teaching Affiliations

  • Bard College's Institute for Writing and Thinking
  • Math for America
  • Prep for Prep
Commencement Remarks to the Class of 2018: Act I: By Faith and Courage

In Hamlet, Shakespeare wrote, “We know what we are, but we know not what we may be.” Well, I know something of what we are. We’re venturers and friends, students and sisters. Above all, we are Hewitt girls. As we walk out into the next stages of our lives as women, we do so with the immeasurable potential to become anything we want to be.  

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Diversity and Identity: The Pieces of Your Puzzle

This April, the Hewitt community gathered to celebrate the opening night of our student-curated art exhibition, Diversity and Identity: The Pieces of Your Puzzle. From thoughtful self-portraits to an interactive world map to a school-wide collaborative mural, each work of art spoke to the exhibition’s theme, recognizing the beauty of the Hewitt community’s diverse perspectives and experiences. 

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A Winning Season for Varsity Tennis

As most people were just waking up and beginning their morning routines, the 14 members of Hewitt’s varsity tennis team were arriving at the courts ready to practice. The hardworking and passionate team grew incredibly close over the course of the season, making it all the way to the quarterfinals of the AAIS tournament, with an impressive 7-3 record the rest of the season. 

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Empathy in the Everyday: Ninth Graders Practice the Art of Active Listening 

This spring, faculty advisors focused the ninth grade advisory program on empathy skill-building and trained in council, a method of story sharing developed by the Ojai Foundation. Council provides a space where students can voice their opinions and share their stories, knowing they will be heard by their peers without comment or judgment. 

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The Third Grade Wax Museum: Bringing Artists, Scientists, and Changemakers to Life

This March, visitors to Hewitt’s third grade classrooms found themselves rubbing elbows with a myriad of famous and vibrant women from every era of history. Guests expecting an ordinary wax museum full of motionless figures were in for a treat as the third graders, dressed as historical figures, came to life to share their stories.

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