Faculty & Staff Directory

Role Faculty & Staff
Location
Department
First Name
Last Name
Keywords
 
<<   31 - 40 of 201   >>
Mr. Vincenzo Campanale
All-School
Administrative Personnel
Business Office
Human Resources
Financial Director & HR Director
Email  |  profile
Ms. Jaclyn Campenni
All-School
Learning Resource Center
Residential Life Staff (MS)
Learning Resource Faculty
Email  |  profile
Ms. Valerie Carlson
High School
Fine Arts Department
Residential Life Staff (HS)
HS Drama Faculty; Theater Director; Dorm Parent - Monticello
Email  |  profile
Ms. Natalia Carretta
High School
Modern Languages Department
HS Italian Language Faculty
Email  |  profile
Mr. Laurent Carsana
Elementary School
ES Faculty
ES Italian Language Faculty; ES Science Coordinator
Email  |  profile
Ms. Geraldine Caussette
High School
Modern Languages Department
HS French Faculty; HS Italian Language Faculty
Email  |  profile
Ms. Sissi Cavadini Stolz
Elementary School
ES Faculty
ES Homeroom Teacher
ES 1st Grade Level Assistant; ES Italian Language Faculty
Email  |  profile
Mr. Paul Cawthorne
High School
History Department
HS History & Economics Teacher
Email  |  profile
Ms. Brigitte Cazebonne Hartzell
High School
Modern Languages Department
HS French Faculty
Khan-Page Master Teacher (2012)
Email  |  profile
Mr. Mark Chevalier
All-School
Communications
Director of Communications
Email  |  profile
<<   31 - 40 of 201   >>


Our Faculty

TASIS is known for attracting educators who are adventurous, driven, and enthusiastic, and more than 70 percent of our faculty hold advanced degrees. We are proud to employ gifted, passionate educators who encourage intellectual curiosity and demand the most from their students.

Faculty excellence is the core of the TASIS experience, and the teaching does not stop when the school day ends. Our teachers are also dorm parents, coaches, advisors, and trip leaders, and they come to know their students in meaningful ways both in and out of the classroom. What stands out most to students is the way their teachers care about them.  As one recent graduate explained, “The relationships between students and faculty are unlike those at any other school, and this really made TASIS feel like a home with adults I knew I could trust and talk to about anything.”

In 2009, the TASIS Foundation established the Khan-Page Master Teacher Award in order to annually recognize an outstanding teacher who represents a high standard of professional pedagogy, possesses advanced subject-area knowledge, has a capacity to convey the joy and importance of learning to students, and demonstrates a fundamental sympathy with the aims and goals of TASIS as expressed in the Paideia.

Named after two exceptional teachers who taught for many years in both TASIS schoolsthe late Akbar Khan in Mathematics and Max P. Page in English—the award has been given to current Chair of the English as an Additional Language Department Carolyn Heard (2009), current Art History and Architecture & Design teacher Mark Aeschliman (2010), retired Chair of the English Department Cynthia Whisenant (2011), current French teacher Brigitte Cazebonne (2012), current Physical Education teacher Giorgio Volpi (2013), current Chair of the Middle School Science Department Brett Merritt (2014), current Italian teacher Mario D’Azzo (2015), current Science teacher Amy Bloodworth (2016), and current Math teacher Kerry Venchus (2017).

Visit our Faculty Features page to learn more about the Khan-Page Master Teacher recipients and several other exceptional TASIS teachers.

powered by finalsite