Soccer - Girls JV
Neile Golding received her bachelor’s degree from American University in international relations with a minor in Spanish. She received her master’s degree in teaching in Spanish from Smith College along with her teaching degree for grades 5-12. At St. George’s Golding teaches Spanish I and Spanish III and coaches girls’ soccer and girls’ tennis and is also an advisor and a dorm parent. Golding enjoys working with her students in each area of their lives and helping her students to make connections between what they learn at St. George’s and what is going on in the rest of the world.
Assistant CoachLeah Dullea teaches chemistry and serves as a dorm parent in Twenty House and as head coach for girls’ soccer and track. She joined the full-time faculty in 2018 after serving the school for the previous four years in the classroom, in the library, in the dorms, on the athletic fields, and also as a mathematics and science tutor. Leah’s research background includes work at the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Wildlife, the U.S. Geological Survey, and the Hawaii Pelagic Fisheries Research Program. She developed a college-level curriculum for Duke University’s Talent Identification Program in North Carolina, and served as a tutor for the College of Natural Sciences in Amherst, Massachusetts. She worked with local companies to help develop STEM curriculums for public outreach. Leah is a 2014 graduate of the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass Amherst, holding a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and double minor in biology and marine science.