Sharon’s Education

Sharon graduated Groton School in Groton, MA. She has a bachelors degree in Art History from Wellesley College and a masters degree in Museum Education and Elementary Education at Bank Street College of Education.  She is certified to teach 1st – 6th grades in New York state.   She also studied Arabic and Greco – Roman Archaeology at Columbia University’s Amheida, Egypt excavation. Sharon’s education abroad includes Art History and Studio Art courses at Parson’s School of Design in Paris, France and Studio Art Center International in Florence, Italy. She has worked on archaeology excavations in China, Egypt, Israel and Belize. Sharon’s international experience and extensive travel have inspired her creative multi-cultural curricula and cultivate a broad global perspective in her students. She loves working with children and sharing her passion for museums.

Favorite things


Remember the Titans, Finding Forrester, Boyz n’ the Hood, School House Rock


Their Eyes Were Watching God, One Hundred Years of Solitude


Pizza, Ice cream, Spanish Paella


Teal and Lavender

Travel Destination

Egypt and the Red Sea, Italy, Paris


Ulysses – Alfred Lord Tennyson

Favorite Places