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E D U C A T I O N
University of Montana — M.A. Candidate, Political Science
San Francisco State University — B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies
College of San Mateo — A.A., Mass Communications

A D M I N I S T R A T I O N
Johns Hopkins CTY Fellowship, Feburary, 2011
CEO – Da Vinci educational Consultant, San Mateo, CA 2010-
Head of School - The Odyssey School, San Mateo, CA 1997-2010
Middle School Head — Nueva School, Hillsborough, CA 1986-1997
Assoc. Director--Independent Learning School, Palo Alto, CA '77-79
Director- Montana Indian Youth Practicum, Helena, MT, 1975


Johns Hopkins University recognized Stephen as an outstanding educator with a fellowship in 2011 from the CTY program.

T E A C H I N G
The Odyssey School -- Humanities/Writing; 1997-2010
Nueva School — Humanities and Writing; grades 5 - 8, 1979-1997
San Mateo High School, CA — English & Social Studies, 1975-1982
Independent Learning School, Palo Alto, CA --Writing, Government, American History, 1977-1979
California University East Bay — Educational Games, Fall 1976
Loyola-Sacred Heart High School, Missoula, MT — World History, American History, American Government, Social Psychology, 1973-75
Carroll College, Upward Bound, Helena, MT, Social Studies, '72-73
Libby Senior High School, Libby, MT-- Psychology, Sociology, Economics, 1970-71
San Mateo High School, ESEA Title I Program — Social Studies, 1969


Stephen conducts a retreat activity with middle school students to give them a hands-on experience with community development.


P U B L I C A T I O N S
More Than Metaphors, Addison-Wesley, 1993
Can't Anybody Here Write?, Mushroom Enterprises, 1982
Turn Ons!, Paramount Publishing, 1978
Entertainment Columnist, San Carlos Registrar, 1980-81
Entertainment Editor BayViews Magazine, 1977-1981
Entertainment Editor Burlingame Boutique & Villager 1976-1978

A R T I S T I C
Board of Directors, Arts Council of San Mateo County 98-00
Board of Directors, Hillbarn Theater, Foster City, CA, 1993-95
Artist-In-Residence Administrator, The Nueva School, 1986-1997
Research Consultant, San Francisco Ballet: "A Song for Dead Warriors" Emmy Award Winning Ballet for Dance in America Series, 1984
Producer: A Child's Choice, 1980
Odyssey: An Adventure in Middle School Education, 1999


Even middle and high school students love a good picture book to be read to them now and then. Especially if it can be used to develop an emotional intelligence curriculum.

C O A C H I N G
College of San Mateo; Varsity Assistant Basketball, 1975-77
Loyola-Sacred Heart High School; Varsity Assistant Football, Head Coach Varsity Basketball and Track, 1973-75
Libby Sr. High School; Varsity Assistant Football, Basketball; Junior Varsity Head Coach Basketball, Varsity Assistant Male and Female Track, 1970-71

R E F E R E N C E S
Available upon request.

C E R T I F I C A T I O N
Teaching: California Life Social Science Secondary;
Administration: California Life Administrative


Getting out of your comfort zone and beyond just your intellectual side is why Stephen has always involved ropes courses and outdoor challenges as a part of his curriculum.


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