Terese Strada » Biography


Terese Strada is new to Trinity Hall this year. She has been in the world of education for 20+ years: public, catholic, charter, yeshiva, and community college, but this year it will be her first class of teaching ninth grade theology. She is excited to share her faith in the Catholic tradition. Also, she plans on helping with the Garden Gurus at school.
She holds an undergraduate degree from Dickinson College in English and Master’s degree in secondary English education from New York University. She is a bearing witness educator trained to help students understand the history of anti-Semitism, the Holocaust, and modern forms of prejudice while focusing on Judeo-Christian relations. 
In her spare time, she can be found working seasonally as a florist, merchandising at a coastal interior design shop, and cheering on the sidelines of lacrosse and field hockey games for her two daughters. Fun fact: she is married to a high school math teacher.

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