Alison Foehl

Written by Michael Richardson on January 3, 2024


Alison Foehl is a career-long educator, having served in a range of academic settings over the past thirty-five years. Her early career was spent teaching in New York City at the Brearley School and at P.S. 151, during which time she also completed her MA in early childhood education at the Bank Street College of Education. Alison was a third-grade teacher at Newtown Friends School in Newtown, Pennsylvania, from 1993 to 1998. After moving to Williamstown in 2001, where she had earlier earned her BA in history at Williams College, she worked in multiple roles at Williamstown Elementary School, including eleven years overseeing the K–3 computer lab as its technology teacher. In 2006–2007, Alison spent one year as a long-term substitute for first grade at Pine Cobble, whose close-knit community she is now delighted to again be part of. Besides spending time with her spouse, four sons, and friends, she enjoys walking her two dogs, reading, cross-country skiing, and playing golf.

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