Softball - Girls Varsity
Holly Williams, St. George’s Independence Foundation Teaching Chair, has been a member of the science department since 1991 and teaches multiple levels of biology and DNA Science. Her husband, Warren, teaches mathematics at St. George’s and their children, Geoff ’06 and Taylor ’11, are St. George’s graduates. Williams, a dorm parent, is the head varsity softball coach and a JV swimming coach. As well she is the faculty advisor for the sustainability council and supervises the school’s greenhouse, the Rios Conservatory. Williams spends summers working for Camp Laurel in Maine and her free time is devoted to yoga, knitting and reading. Williams holds a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology from S.U.N.Y College of Environmental Science and Forestry and a master’s degree in science education from Syracuse University.
Doug Lewis is the holder of the Edmund P. Coe Chair in Mathematics at St. George’s. Since arriving on the Hilltop in 1995, Lewis has served as the chair of the mathematics department, as assistant director of studies and as a member of the school’s Honor Board. He has coached basketball, baseball and softball, and has worked as an advisor and dorm parent. Lewis received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Princeton University and a master’s degree in educational technology from Johns Hopkins. A former master teacher with the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, he has given presentations on mathematics at the local, state, regional and national level. He has a particular interest in finding effective ways to use technology to support classroom learning.