A native of Dover, Delaware, Bre graduated from St. Andrew’s in 2013. She served as a Residential Leader for Gaul East, captain of both the varsity volleyball and basketball teams, President of the Orchestra, and was a member of Noxontones. Her passion to share the values and impact of a St. Andrew’s education started in her role as an Admissions Ambassador. She even went as far to give tours in the summer!
In 2017, Bre graduated from Dickinson College. She earned a Bachelor’s in Philosophy. While at Dickinson she developed a passion for social justice and activism. She co-founded a student movement that brought institutional change for underrepresented students. She was selected and served for two years on the President’s Commission on Diversity. In the spring of her junior year Bre was inducted into Wheel and Chain Honor Society, an organization that recognizes women in the school community who have contributed to the good of the College in scholarship, leadership, and community service.
A daughter of two educators, Bre’s passion for youth education should not come as a surprise. St. Andrew’s mission of tying education to a public purpose has driven her work. She is particularly dedicated to identifying, guiding, and supporting high-achieving high school students from low-income areas. Her experience as a student in both public and private schools, and now as a faculty member at St. Andrew's aid in her work with Delaware College Scholars, a program in partnership with St. Andrew’s and the Department of Education. She began as a student advisor for DCS and has been promoted to a new role every year. She is now a humanities teacher and Assistant Program Director during her summers with DCS.
Bre serves as Associate Director of Admission at St. Andrew’s. She also assists with equity and inclusion initiatives on campus, and coaches volleyball and basketball. She lives on Moss Annex as a dorm parent for IV Form students.