Faculty & Staff Directory

Those who have come together to build Salisbury School are uniquely qualified to lead what is one of the world’s leading schools. Meet Salisbury's leaders below.

Role Faculty & Staff
First Name
Last Name
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Office of Admissions
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Meg Allen
Learning Center
Director of Multicultural Affairs, Learning Center
B.A., American University
M.A., American University
860-435-5889 (School)
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David Anchin
Director of Advancement Services
B.A. Ithaca College, M.A. S.U.N.Y. New Paltz
860-435-5784 (School)
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Alex Avery
World Languages
Instructor in Spanish
B.S. Birmingham - Southern College
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Tobias Ayer
Chair of the Science Department
Instructor in Physics
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.Phil., Oxford University
860-435-5839 (School)
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Mimi Babcock
Director of Parent Programs
B.S. University of Vermont
860-435-5735 (School)
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Brent Barbato
Deans' Office
Learning Center
Class Dean, Learning Center Instructor
Learning Center Instructor
B.A., University of New Hampshire
860-435-5812 (School)
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Julia Barbato
Learning Center
World Languages
Instructor in French
Learning Center Instructor
B.A., Dalhousie University 2005
M.Ed., Keene State College 2008
860-435-5880 (School)
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Scot Beattie
Instructor in Mathematics
The Class of 2011 Teaching Fellow
B.A. Political Economy, Williams College 2008
M.S. Specialized Economic Analysis, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics 2013
M.A. Economics, University of Colorado 2015
860-435-5878 (School)
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Donna Benham
Deans' Office
Assistant to the Deans Office
860-435-5722 (School)
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