Carolyn Conforti-Browse

Carolyn Conforti-Browse

Dean of Campus Life, Director of Leadership Programs
BA, Colgate University
MALS, Wesleyan University
English Department, Student Life Office, Athletic Office - Coach

As Blair’s Dean of Campus Life and Director of Leadership Programs, Carolyn Conforti-Browse ’79 partners with faculty, staff and students to develop and nurture Blair’s community, specifically by supporting the School’s advising, residential and student leadership programs. In addition to teaching English and serving as head varsity softball coach, she also administers the prefect program, directs Blair’s freshman seminar and sophomore LEADS curriculum, oversees The Blair Leadership Stories Project, and collaborates closely with the Blue and White Key Society and team captains. Carolyn completed her undergraduate work at Colgate University in 1983 and earned her MA in 1995 from Wesleyan University. In addition to her responsibilities at Blair, she is director of academic curriculum for the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy in New Jersey, Illinois and California, and co-director of the Rookie Teacher Seminar, which trains new boarding school teachers at Blair each August. Over the years, she has also taught at the Antwerp International School in Belgium and St. Mark’s School in Southborough, Massachusetts. In 2001, she received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to study the work of Herman Melville. Carolyn lives on campus with her husband, math teacher R. Latta Browse, and they have two children, Tyler ’08 and Annelies ’13

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