Leadership Council - Mid-Atlantic Region
Karen is a long time Waldorf educator who has taught at several Waldorf schools in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions since 1995. Prior to moving into grades’ teaching, she was a Waldorf early childhood educator for many years. In addition to teaching, she has served as a mentor and consultant for over two decades. In addition to her work with AWSNA, Karen formally served as the Mid-Atlantic Regional Representative for the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN). She received her undergraduate degree in Liberal Arts, with a focus in Education, from Vermont College and attended Antioch University, New England, for Waldorf Teacher Education in both Elementary and Early Childhood. She is currently engaged in an active research project that aims to cultivate and support both teachers and students as the Waldorf movement grows beyond 100 years. When not in the classroom, Karen can be found out in nature. She supports local, organic farmers and enjoys preparing health-giving meals with her family and friends.