Faculty & Staff Profiles
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Brooke Hudd, Psychology Teacher at Mount St. Dominic Academy, teaches the young women at the Mount about themselves, others, and mostly, a little about how everything works. Read more to learn about the wonderful environment in her classroom.
John Galka, M.A. Ed., Director of School and College Counseling at Mount St. Dominic Academy, looks forward to helping students understand that although things may sometimes be difficult and not always go according to plan, they can deal with and overcome any adversity they may encounter. Click here to read more.
Donna Hauptvogel, Math Teacher at Mount St. Dominic Academy, believes there are so many extraordinary students at MSDA. Read more to learn about her thoughts about the growth and transitions that happen in the four years here at the Mount.
Sister Peggy Ann Clinton, OP, Religion Teacher at Mount St. Dominic Academy, cites that the young women of the Mount, past and present, give her insight and wisdom. Read more to learn about having found her niche. Click here.
Kim Greulich, School Counselor at Mount St. Dominic Academy, loves helping MSDA students become the best version of themselves and preparing them for success beyond the walls of the Mount. Read more to learn what she thinks students should take with them on their next great adventure. Click here.
Marissa Muoio ’08 is the Library Media Specialist at MSDA. She has spent ten years in the higher academic world as well as being a constant presence in the lives of many Mount students in her faculty position since 2013. The Mount asked Marissa to share some thoughts about her journey, her dream come true for the MSDA Library Media Center as a lively, educational hub of the school, and her source of inspiration. Click here to read more.
Alumna Alexandra Borrelli ’12 works for COWI North America as a Tunnel Design Engineer and earned her civil engineering masters degree at Stevens Institute of Technology. She visited MSDA sophomore seminar classes in November and discussed the importance of keeping an open mind about career fields and what factors led her to pursue engineering. The Mount asked Allie to share some thoughts about MSDA, the foundation of her love for Math and Science, and her desire to make a difference in the world. Click here to read more.
English teacher Rob DeCarlo, who is an avid runner and reader, has a philosophy that there’s always something to learn and always someone you can learn from, and learn what he uses in teaching to help students in their development as thinkers. Click here to read more.