DR. LIBBY BARLOW
Director of Institutional Research
Barlow joins the School as director of institutional research. Barlow holds a doctorate in education and served as the assistant vice president for institutional research and assessment at Syracuse University. Prior to that role, Barlow worked as an associate dean and faculty member in religious studies at Northfield Mount Hermon.
Soebroto makes his way to Millville from Northfield Mount Hermon where he taught humanities and served as crew coach. Soebroto, a graduate of Columbia University, holds a Master of Education in human development and psychology from Harvard University School of Education. He joins the School’s Humanities faculty and will assume coaching duties with both the cross country and rowing programs.
Humanities (Spring Term)
Waller will serve as a Spring Term sabbatical replacement in humanities. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Harvard Divinity School, with a focus on social justice, equity and inclusion.
LEIGH KAULBACH ’08
Kaulbach returns to the School as a teacher in Fine Arts with a focus in visual arts. She holds an MFA in Visual Art from the University of Kansas, where she also worked as an instructor of drawing.
DR. VIRGINIA INVERNIZZI
Invernizzi joins the Languages Department as a teacher of Spanish. Invernizzi has experience in a boarding school setting having previously taught Spanish at Deerfield Academy. She spends her summers as a fellow with Project Zero, a research center focused on education at Harvard University and holds a Ph.D. in Latin American literature from the University of Virginia.
Hambleton will become a teacher of biology. Her previous experience includes teaching in the Science Department at the Hyde School in Bath, Maine, where she also coached varsity lacrosse and served as a head of house. She has a B.S. in Biopsychology from Tufts University.
DR. XIN YI CHAN
Chan holds a B.S. in Molecular Genetics and a Ph.D. in Biology from the University of Rochester. Prior to arriving in Millville Chan worked as a research fellow at John Hopkins University where she studied vascular engineering and adult pancreatic stem cells.
Singletary joins the College Advising office as an associate director of college advising. She brings experience in multicultural recruitment to the role. She arrives at the School following work building inclusive community at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pa., as director of multicultural admissions.
Director of Dance
Lydon joins the School as the new director of dance. In her previous post, she served as the artistic director of American Ballet Theatre’s Studio Company, where she trained a select group of dancers from around the world. Lydon also danced professionally for American Ballet Theatre and San Francisco Ballet. As director of dance, Lydon will also serve as director of the audition-based St. Paul’s School Ballet Company.
Associate Dean of Students
Following two years as a Penn Boarding School Teaching Residency (BSTR) program fellow in the Science Department, Gregston will become an associate dean in the Dean of Students Office this year. Gregston, a New Hampshire native, received his Master’s of Science in Education from the University of Pennsylvania this spring.