|Acy Cai||2020||Kingston, Jamaica|
|Erin Howe*||2020||Deerfield, MA|
|Jane Mallach||2020||Rumson, NJ|
|Jazmine Ramos||2020||Elmhurst, NY|
|Julia Ferrante||2020||Naples, FL|
|Maddie Priebe||2020||Chestnut Hill, MA|
|Victoria Patterson*||2020||Greenville, SC|
|Ali Thomas||2021||Vero Beach, FL|
|Charlotte Molinari||2021||Capital Federal, Argentina|
|Grace Russell*||2021||Cambridge, MA|
|Nina Tanaka||2021||Ashiya Hyogo, Japan|
|Noelle Abeyta||2021||South Chittenden, VT|
|Vija Turulyte||2021||Vilnius, Lithuania|
|Abigail Fernald||2022||Avon, CT|
|Aerin Lo||2022||Hong Kong, Hong Kong|
|Aurelia Bolton||2022||Burlingame, CA|
|Isha Rao||2022||Dayton, OH|
|Jean Jin||2022||Chestnut Hill, MA|
|Fiona Howes||2023||Whately, MA|
|Nora Noble||2023||Greenfield, MA|
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.
Janet Calhoun Hughes Gray
Callie's passion for education started by teaching summers at Choate Rosemary Hall and Phillips Academy. When she graduated from Washington & Lee with a B.S. in mathematics and a minor in philosophy, Callie pursued her full-time teaching career at the Foxcroft School in Virginia. After three years at Foxcroft, Callie decided to teach abroad and prior to joining the Deerfield faculty in 2017, had been teaching at The Country Day School in Costa Rica for two years.
From her experiences at these schools, Callie has forged a passion for global mindfulness, service learning, and athletics. Callie lives on campus with her husband Scott, and their dog Miller.
Cheri came to Deerfield in 1999 as a teaching fellow in Spanish upon graduation from Northern Michigan University. She received her MA from Middlebury College in the summer of 2003. In addition to teaching Spanish, Cheri coaches the girls cross country team in the fall, and track and field in the spring. She lives in Deerfield with her two sons, Henry and Jay.