Barbara-Jean Brees » Biography


As part of Trinity Hall's STEM team, Barbara-Jean Brees teaches biology and AP biology. She previously taught these courses at Kent Place School, an independent, all-girls school in Summit, NJ. She hopes to inspire a love for science in her students while challenging them to think critically, problem solve, design experiments, and ask questions. In addition to her academic courses, Barbara-Jean serves as a student advisor and works with the Digital Monarchs club.
Barbara-Jean earned her B.S. in biology from Saint Joseph’s University. After a few years of working in a research and development lab, she started to teach high school biology. She earned her M.A. in educational technology from New Jersey City University. When she is not teaching, Barbara-Jean enjoys spending time with her two young daughters, reading, traveling, and going to amusement parks.

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