Make your gift today.
The Hathaway Brown Annual Fund is drawing to a close on June 30, 2016. Please join nearly 2,000 donors in supporting the core priorities that distinguish an HB education from any other: the best possible faculty, curriculum enhancement, and a impressively talented and diverse student body.
Make your gift online today at www.hb.edu/supportHB or call Marcia Merritt, Director of Annual Giving at 216.320.8110 with any questions you may have.
See below for a look at how your past contributions help our students learn for life!
Our Faculty & Staff
Hathaway Brown School faculty hail from all parts of the United States and around the world. The faculty do more than provide encouragement and set high expectations for HB students; they've invented academic designs that enable students to challenge themselves to excel, explore and discover. The Teacher's College of Columbia University recognized Hathaway Brown School for its transformative educational leadership.
For information about teaching at Hathaway Brown School, please see our Careers at HB web page. And check out Lighting the Way: The People of Hathaway Brown School for more photos and fun biographical profiles of our great team.
M.Ed., Columbia University Teachers College
M.A., John Carroll University
Becki has been teaching Kindergarten at HB since 2005. Prior to teaching, she worked as a personal and career counselor at DePauw University, a career counselor for the Cuyahoga County Public Library, and a vocational rehabilitation counselor for Cleveland Sight Center. After working with adults and college students, she found her passion was in teaching the beginning foundation skills to children to start their education on the right track. She is a Wilson Level I Certified Tutor, working with students to develop a solid understand of sound patterns and structures to develop reading and spelling skills. She is active with Delta Gamma's Cleveland West Shore Alumnae Group, whose philanthropy is Aid to Blind and Sight Conservation, which allows her to continue to serve as a volunteer for Cleveland Sight Center. She and her husband enjoy biking, snow and waterskiing and hiking.