|1||Juliette Lowe||2021||Deerfield, MA|
|2||Sally Rolland||2023||Easthampton, MA|
|3||Meghan Holland||2023||Charlotte, NC|
|4||Samara Cummings||2020||Bronx, NY|
|10||Annie Kane||2020||Wilmington, NC|
|11||Sami Dulam||2021||Natchez, MS|
|12||Mary Lee||2023||Lake Forest, IL|
|14||Ingrid Matteini||2021||Miami, FL|
|15||Elena Lu||2022||Basking Ridge, NJ|
|20||Whitney Vogt||2020||Corpus Christi, TX|
|21||Lily Lin||2023||Beijing 101318, China|
|22||Kiki Brainard||2022||Key Largo, FL|
|23||Molly Fischer||2020||Franklin, MA|
|30||Ella Mbanefo||2022||New Rochelle, NY|
|32||Annie Gouchee||2021||L'ile Bizard, QC|
|34||Morgan Moriarty||2022||Deerfield, MA|
|Clark Louis (MANAGER)||2022||Paradise Valley, AZ|
|Emilie Paulino (MANAGER)||2023||New York, NY|
A native of Brunswick, GA, Khaleh was a tri-varsity student-athlete at Brunswick High School where she was a four-year starter and letterman in volleyball, basketball, and track and field. She earned many academic and athletic honors and her high school team made several appearances in the GHSA state tournaments. Upon graduation, Khaleh joined the Women’s Basketball program at Valdosta State University. Throughout her four years, she helped lead Valdosta State to a NCAA Division II Gulf South Conference East Championship and “Sweet Sixteen” and “Elite Eight” appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament. Upon leaving Valdosta State, Khaleh had earned several honors for her success as a student-athlete: Gulf South Conference Top Ten Student-Athlete of the Year (2006-2007 season), Gulf South Conference Winter All-Academic Team (2006-2007 and 2007-2008 seasons), and ESPN the Magazine All-Academic First-Team (2006-2007 season).
This year, she will serve as a chemistry teacher in the Science Department, faculty resident of Rosenwald dormitory, and head coach for the Girls’ JV Basketball Team.
Nina graduated from Columbia University with a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. She has worked in boarding schools for 18 years teaching math and coaching girls’ lacrosse and basketball. Nina previously taught and coached at Phillips Exeter Academy, The Lawrenceville School, Peddie School, and The Hotchkiss School. Nina is a regular presenter at NCTM math conferences and recently finished a three year term as part of the National Writing Committee for MATHCOUNTS competitions. Nina loves teaching problem solving and sharing her building and creating skills with her students. She resides on campus in the freshman village with her husband and they will both look forward to college break visits from their four children.