New Faculty Spotlight: Christine Geovannello
Posted by TNCS on Jul 18, 2016
Many of you are familiar with Christine already – she started teaching at TNCS 2nd semester last year. Now we welcome her to her first full year with us!
Christine Geovannello is a New York native who graduated from the University of Richmond with a B.A. in Education and Economics. After spending several years working corporate jobs in Manhattan and New Jersey, she chose to take some time at home to focus on her growing family. When her middle son was diagnosed with dyslexia, she discovered her passion for teaching children with learning differences. She has spent the past six years immersing herself in the world of dyslexia, dysgraphia, and ADHD and during this time she became a certified Barton Reading and Spelling tutor. She has enjoyed doing private tutoring for the past five years, but is now thrilled to be joining the faculty at TNCS.
Christine and her husband, Frank, live in Chesterfield with their three boys, Scott, Matthew (’20), and Nate. She loves spending time with her active family which can include chasing her much faster boys down the ski slopes in the winter or enjoying the lake together in the summer. She also has a newly discovered appreciation for country music and a lifetime love of reading.