Andy is returning to his alma mater to teach history, AP Human Geography, and to coach squash and tennis. After graduating from Wesleyan University, Andy was offered his first job in education as a “supernumerary” at the Michaelhouse School in South Africa. Having no idea what this important-sounding job might entail, he was dismayed to learn that a supernumerary was “a person with no apparent function.” Andy then spent four years as assistant principal at the Zonnebloem School in Cape Town where he pioneered a “democracy training” curriculum engaging students in service projects with local NGOs. Andy also spent eight years as head of history for the Horace Mann Middle School in New York City. For the past sixteen years, Andy has served as principal of Maru-a-Pula in Botswana, one of Africa’s premier secondary schools, where he launched a scholarship program for orphans and vulnerable children.