Tim Morehouse is a 3-time Olympic team member and Olympic silver medalist, and founder of Fencing in the Schools. He graduated from Brandeis University with a B.A. in History and received his Masters in Education from Pace University while teaching 7th grade Social Studies in Washington Heights with the Teach For America program.
Jeff SpearGuidebook Content Creator & Editor
Jeff Spear is an Olympian and NCAA champion. He graduated second in his class from Columbia University, and worked for three years as a TA for Columbia’s Core Curriculum. He also has experience teaching specialized programs in fencing and archaeology to middle and elementary school students as part of community and school programs in NY state.
Jeff ImrichGuidebook Content Editor
Jeff Imrich spent a year teaching elementary and middle school students in Taiwan on a Fulbright Scholarship before joining Teach for America, where he worked as a director for ten years. He graduated from the College of William and Mary and received his MFA in creative writing from the New School University.
Dr. Kalle WeeksGuidebook Content Editor
Dr. Kalle Weeks served as the president of USA Fencing from 2008-2012. She is a teacher and curriculum supervisor and the co-owner of the Gramon Family of Schools in New Jersey, which serves students with autism and other behavioral disabilities. She received her doctorate from Harvard University..
Katherine LeClairGuidebook Illustrator
Katherine LeClair graduated from Vassar College in 2013 with a major in neuroscience and correlates in studio art and Japanese. She was two time New England Gold medalist and lead Vassar to a Regional Championship in 2011. She is currently working as a technical research assistant doing diabetes and obesity research at Harvard and Brigham Women’s Hospital.