When Maureen Walsh was young, she was a figure skater. As she got a little older, she switched to hockey.
“Figure skaters were always the really good hockey players because we could skate backwards so well,” she says. That kind of adaptability has helped her throughout her career as an educator, administrator and coach. (It’s likely her ability to see what’s happening behind her, honed through all that backwards skating, came in handy, as well.)
During her career in education, Walsh has landed in spots all over the northeast. As of this fall, she’s taken on a new challenge – as Interim Head at St. James Academy, a coed independent school for children in kindergarten through 8th grade, located in Monkton.
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