Ms. Kerry Bracco-Mullane
Kerry returns to Taft after two years living and working in Colorado. While there, she facilitated psycho-educational groups and trauma informed care as a Behavioral Health Counselor at the Eating Recovery Center in Denver. Kerry graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy where she played varsity field hockey and lacrosse. While a student-athlete at Dartmouth College, Kerry continued her field hockey career, co-captaining the team in her senior year. After earning her BA in Anthropology from Dartmouth College in 2011, Kerry interned at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. In 2013, Kerry accepted a position at Taft where she was a part of the first cohort of fellows at Taft to complete a two-year Master of Science in Education from the University of Pennsylvania. During her first four-year stint at Taft, Kerry was an English fellow then teacher, admissions officer, varsity field hockey and varsity lacrosse assistant coach, and resident faculty member in Congdon, USGD, and HDT. In her return to Taft, Kerry will be the Community Wellness Coordinator, teach English, and serve in admissions. She will also assist the varsity field hockey and JV lacrosse teams while serving as the co-dorm head of Mac House with her fiancé Matthew Mullane and their dog Griswold.