Anthony Franco joined St. George’s School in 2017 and brings with him counseling experience from both independent and public school systems. No stranger to Rhode Island, Franco graduated from Providence College where he earned his bachelor’s degree in political science and then spent eight years working in California schools. Franco was a junior/senior dormitory head and head baseball coach at the Thacher School in Ojai; then an events coordinator and assistant football coach at Francis Parker School in San Diego. Most recently, Franco was a college counselor for the California Student Opportunity and Access Program, a state-funded, non-profit that works specifically with first-generation, college-bound students at local public high schools. He holds a master’s degree in higher education leadership from the University of San Diego. He lives in Eccles Dormitory with his fiancé, Meghan, and coaches both baseball and football.
Douglas Lewis is the holder of the Edmund P. Coe Teaching Chair 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’s 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’s 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.
Kim Tiberi is a biology teacher in the STEM Department, head coach for the girls’varsity ice hockey and varsity softball teams as well as an advisor and a dorm parent. Prior to St. George's, Tiberi earned her bachelor's degree in health science with minors in biology and coaching from Norwich University. After four years of varsity ice hockey at Norwich, Tiberi followed her collegiate career by playing in the NWHL for the Connecticut Whale and also played in the PWHPA. She served as the assistant coach at Suffolk University for the inaugural season of the varsity women's hockey program. Following this, Tiberi worked at Tilton School as a teacher, coach, advisor and dorm parent.