Sadie Heald

Learning Team Director of Recreation and Enrichment
(914)305-6014
sheald@carvercenter.org

Sadie Heald is the Learning Team Director of Recreation and Enrichment and as such she runs Saturday Programs for school age children and all Senior Programming. She graduated from the University of Hartford in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and then went on to receive a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Manhattanville College in 2014. Sadie has been employed as a Health Educator for Open Door Medical Centers and a Community School Coordinator for Park Avenue Elementary School. She also has experience working with students with disabilities though the ARC of Westchester. As a tinker, she had the opportunity to teach STEAM at Curious-On-Hudson (which is a Maker Space) and Mad Science. Sadie has also tutored Science, Math, English, and standardized tests for several years throughout Westchester County. Mental Health and Mindfulness is near and dear to Sadie’s heart as she spent a year working at a Mental Health Crisis Center and continues to volunteer for the National Alliance for Mental Health. Finally, she volunteers for SURJ and WESPAC which are both social justice organizations. Sadie loves her new role at Carver and is always looking forward to Summer Camp.

Hometown: New Haven, CT
Fun Fact: I played Division I college golf!
Hobbies: Rock climbing, snowboarding, hiking – basically anything outdoors
Favorite Food: Such a tough question but I’d have to say ice cream
Favorite Movie: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Favorite Superhero: Tie between Black Panther and Iron Man

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