White Water Kayaking - Varsity
Wendy has been a teacher at Forman since 1991. She is the Director of the Outdoor Leadership Program and the Rainforest Project. She teaches Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and the Tropical Ecology Seminar. Wendy is head of the Forman Boat Works, Forman's own wooden boat building program. She coaches the Whitewater Slalom team and leads weekend backpacking trips. The highlight of many students’ experience over the years is the scientific research expedition to Costa Rica that Wendy leads each year. Wendy is also a Registered Maine Guide and a Wilderness First Responder. She and her daughter live in an alternative energy home in Sharon, CT.
Ben joined Forman in August 2012 and teaches English and Latin; he brings over 20 years of professional independent school experience. He worked at South Kent School for six years, and at Cushing Academy in Massachusetts for six years, as well. Ben also worked at Rocky Hill School in Rhode Island where he taught English and Latin, coached soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse, and served as an academic advisor. Born, raised, and educated at South Kent School, Ben is an enthusiastic participant in all aspects of campus life. He has three children and lives on campus with his wife and daughter.