Proctor Academy Welcomes New Faculty for Fall Semester

By Scott Allenby, Proctor Academy
Proctor cannot wait to see the impact this group of educators has on the Proctor community over the coming weeks, months, and years. Welcome to (L-R) Brendan Callahan (Admissions), Amy Mathison (History), Gavin Moody (Athletics), Emily Morison ’14 (Mountain Classroom), Caleb Genereaux (Mountain Classroom), Ashley Barsanti (Learning Skills), Sarah Wood Doherty ’03 (Admissions), Laurel Shinerock (Learning Skills), Kara Jacobs (World Language Dept Chair), Dean Miller (Strength and Conditioning), Caitlin Regrut (Eastern Skiing). Photo: Lindsey Allenby

As Proctor prepares to welcome new and returning students to campus for the start of the school’s 175th academic year, we welcome new employees to Proctor and the Andover community as well. This group of educators has been working hard to get to know Proctor over the past few weeks. Please welcome the following new employees: 

  • Alisa Barnard, Assistant Head of School, Colgate University, B.A., Harvard University, M.Div 
  • Ashley Barsanti, Learning Skills Department, University of New Hampshire, M.A., B.A. 
  • Brendan Callahan, Associate Director of Admissions/Boys Lacrosse, Stony Brook University, B.A., Lehigh University, M.A. 
  • Kurt Croft, Chief Resource Manager, Villanova University, M.P.A., Houghton University, B.A. 
  • Sarah Wood Doherty ‘03, Associate Director of Admissions, University of New Hampshire, B.S., Springfield College, M.Ed. 
  • Lesley Fisher, Database Coordinator, University of Colorado, Boulder, B.A. 
  • Caleb Genereaux, Mountain Classroom Instructor, University of Vermont, B.S.
  • Brian LaRoche, Dinner Chef 
  • Erik Major, Dinner Chef, New England Culinary Institute 
  • Amy Mathison, History Department, Lehigh University, B.A. 
  • Dean Miller, Strength and Conditioning Intern, Colby-Sawyer College 
  • Emily Morison ’14, Mountain Classroom Instructor, University of Vermont, B.S. 
  • Caitlin Regrut, Eastern Ski Coach, Colby-Sawyer College, B.S. 
  • Laurel Shinerock, Learning Skills Department, MGH Institute of Health Professions, M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology; Reading Specialist Concentration; Brown University, B.A. in Linguistic Anthropology