Kali Lambrou » Biography


A founding faculty member, Kali joined Trinity Hall from Dwight School, a premier NYC independent school located at Central Park West. Kali taught science (physics and earth science), mathematics, and design technology in Dwight’s International Baccalaureate (IB) Higher Level Design Program, spanning grades 7-12.

Kali earned a B.A. in computational engineering mathematics at Fordham University and an M.A. in mathematics and education at Fordham’s Graduate School of Education. She received her second master’s from Teachers College Columbia University in TESOL/applied linguistics with a focus in statistics. Kali also danced professionally for ten years and is fluent in Greek.

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