Ann Liashkov has spent more than 20 years working at Sequoyah School as a lead teacher in the elementary age classrooms and as a member of the student support team. She loves introducing students to the excitement of reading and writing and the beginnings of independence as learners. And she loves seeing older students apply their competence, industry and marvelous energy. Ann has a degree in Early Childhood Education from Antioch University and a Master’s in marriage, family and child psychology at California Family Study Center (now Phillips Graduate School). She is a licensed psychotherapist but prefers to spend the great majority of her time working as a teacher. She was born in England and moved to California in her 20s.
She believes Sequoyah offers both students and teachers alike the opportunity to grow into their potential and to become their unique selves.