Teacher Advisory Council 2020–21

Education Programs at the National Humanities Center work to provide leadership, training, resources, and partnerships that advance humanities education at the K–16 level. Our work focuses on the integration of strong scholarship and content, inquiry-based pedagogy, and emerging technology. We build bridges that put scholars and educators in conversation to support humanities classrooms at all levels.

Critical to this mission is the role of in-service and experienced teachers in providing relevant and critical perspective to our work. The Teacher Advisory Council supports the Education Department of the National Humanities Center for a one-year term of service. Chosen to represent multiple disciplines in the humanities, these teacher leaders accept an active role in the development, evaluation, and promotion of the National Humanities Center’s educational materials and projects.

Teacher Advisory Council Members, 2020–21

  • Alysha Butler

    Social Studies
    McKinley Technology High School, Washington, D.C.

  • Lindsey Charron

    Social Studies
    Horace Ensign Intermediate School, Newport Beach, CA

  • Jennifer Connolly

    Social Studies
    Preston High School, Bronx, NY

  • Gerald Evans

    Hungary Creek Middle School, Henrico County, VA

  • Lindsey Galvao

    Social Studies
    Dana Hall School, Wellesley, MA

  • Wendy Harris

    Humanities, Math
    Metro Deaf School, St. Paul, MN

  • Breanna Holtz

    History, English
    Fifer Middle School, Camden, DE

  • Alina Hunt

    North Carolina School of Science and Math, Durham, NC

  • Howard Hunter

    Social Studies, Academic Dean
    Metairie Park Country Day School, Metairie, LA

  • Jennifer Jolley

    Palm Bay Magnet High School, Melbourne, FL

  • Maureen Lamb

    Kingswood Oxford School, West Hartford, CT

  • Tatiana McKinney-Stokes

    Social Science, Middle School Dean
    Trinity Preparatory School, Winter Park, FL

  • Geena Molinaro

    Reading Specialist
    Harrington Middle School, Mount Laurel, NJ

  • Jennifer Nichols

    Spanish, English, ESL
    Cox Mill High School, Concord, NC

  • David Olson

    Social Studies
    James Madison Memorial High School, Madison, WI

  • Ginger Park

    Windsor High School, Ft. Collins, CO

  • Phoebe Sherman

    Social Studies
    Theodore Roosevelt High School, Washington, D.C.

  • Jennifer Stockdell

    Social Studies
    James Bridger Middle School, Independence, MO

  • David Tow

    English, Social Science
    Terra Linda High School, San Rafael, CA

  • Lisa Yau

    Fourth Grade
    Francis Scott Key Elementary School, Philadelphia, PA