Originally from Oregon, Miss Ursula graduated from Lewis and Clark College in Portland. She received her Waldorf teacher training from Sunbridge College in New York, and also attended the first Lifeways class in 2000. She was attracted to Waldorf education because of its warm and developmentally supportive approach to education. Her teaching experience began 16 years ago when she worked as a Nursery teacher. In 2009, Miss Ursula took on the lead teacher position as the director of the Quail’s Nest parent-child program. For several years, Miss Ursula also operated a home-based Waldorf program for young children. In cooperation with the Craft Circle, Miss Ursula offers doll-making workshops throughout the year. She and her husband have three children currently attending Tucson Waldorf School. In addition to teaching, Miss Ursula enjoys crafting, doll-making and being with her family. She feels lucky to be a part of this community both as a teacher and a parent.