Welcome, New Faculty

Tiye Cort recently received her master degree in teaching at Emmanuel College and has been teaching at Mother Caroline Academy in Boston. Ms. Cort is teaching English, working with freshmen girls in Corner House, coaching and helping with the Admission Office.

Stephanie Clark is our new Athletic Trainer and will be living in Wing and Hollow. Ms. Clark graduated from Keene State College and has been busy building her experience at places like Florida Gulf Coast University and Phillips Exeter Academy.

Originally from Peru, new Spanish teacher Evelin Gamarra Martínez brings thirteen years of teaching experience to Dublin School, most recently at Boston College, where she also received her second masters degree. Ms. Martínez will be living in Little House and coaching girls’ soccer this fall.

Spencer Fetrow moved to Dublin from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he received his undergraduate and graduate degrees before working for the last seven years in their Admissions and Visitor Relations offices. Mr. Fetrow will be living in Tuttle House, and will coach lacrosse in the spring when not out on the road spreading the good word about Dublin.  

Patrick Marr enters Dublin as our new Musical Director. A presence on campus throughout this past spring, Mr. Marr recently graduated from Concordia University in Montreal after growing up in nearby Keene, NH.  

Emily Cornell, our new Director of the Learning Skills Program, has moved into the Bungalow with her family after moving to Dublin from the Uruguayan American School in Montevideo. Ms. Cornell went to high school in Tokyo, graduated from Cornell University and received her Masters of Science in Teaching Students with Disabilities from Pace University.

Simon McFall and his family have moved into Valley House after a long drive back to their home state from Utah where Mr. McFall was working as the Dean of Students at Juan Diego High School. Mr. McFall has already been busy working on his transition into the Dean’s Office and will be coaching varsity boys’ soccer this fall.

And finally, we are thrilled that some familiar faces will be returning to Dublin School on a part time basis. Henry Walters will be teaching English and coaching basketball; Bill Farrell will be working on a residential team and coaching alpine skiing, and Dr. Bill Kennedy will be teaching in the Technology Department.