|2||Sydney Dinkins||2022||Atlanta, GA|
|4||Destynee St. Agathe-Faure||2022||Brooklyn, NY|
|11||Sunshine Chen||2023||Shanghai, China|
|21||Samantha Pehl||2023||Manchester-By-The-Sea, MA|
|24||Arieanna Lewis-Pugh||2022||Chicago, IL|
|30||Aurelia Bolton||2022||San Mateo, CA|
|Sophia Knoblock||2022||Sudbury, MA|
|Mia Calcano||2023||Bronx, NY|
Erin Hutchinson returns to academia after a four-year stint pursing one of her dreams – being an entrepreneur and a Main Street shopkeeper. Previous to that, she spent ten years in admissions at Washington & Lee University. As Senior Associate Director of Admissions, she was responsible for administering their scholarship programs, managing their recruitment of underrepresented groups, and recruiting students from various regions in the US and Latin America. As the wife of a college basketball coach, she moved often early on in her career, always pursuing employment in education – as a technology teacher at Cleveland Central Catholic High School, as the Director of School Programs at FutureKids NYC, and as the Director of Primrose Schools in Marietta, GA. Having grown up primarily in Maine and then pursuing her BA in Archaeological Anthropology from Harvard University and her MEd in Education Administration from UMass Amherst, coming to Deerfield is a welcome return to her New England roots. A black belt in American Freestyle Karate, a motorcycle enthusiast and an avid reader and crafter, Erin brings with her two sons, Jason and Donald, as well as her husband, Adam, and her yellow lab, Biscuit.
Emma grew up running around the hills and fields of southwest England, which bear a striking resemblance to those of the Pioneer Valley. She graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2009 with a dual Bachelor’s degree in French and English Literature, and immediately after graduation moved to Bordeaux, France, where she taught at the university for four years and earned her master’s degree in literature. During this time, she travelled around Europe, spending a lot of time running – the highlight of which was the Stockholm marathon. Before moving to Deerfield in 2019, Emma taught English at the Pembroke Hill School in Kansas City, MO. Regardless of where she has lived, running has always been a constant for Emma, and she continues to believe that running is the best way to explore and connect with the people and places around you. At Deerfield, Emma coaches the girls varsity cross-country team and teaches in the History Department.