Jennifer Grossman completed her M.A.T. in early childhood education. She has worked as a Montessori preschool teacher, a mock-trial coach for at-risk middle schoolers, and an improv instructor at a homeschooling cooperative that catered to enthusiastic students with learning and sensory challenges.
Jennifer believes an early childhood educator is charged with building the foundation for a child’s academic spirit, motivation, and success. She is passionate about helping young children discover new things, build confidence, overcome personal struggles, and fall in love with learning every day.
Jennifer was drawn to Mount Holyoke’s M.A.T. program for its EL Education academic model; its accelerated, immersive cohort structure; and its collaborative, compassionate culture. Jennifer received a B.A. with honors in anthropology and international studies, and later a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.