"Through Anthroposophy I feel I have found something unifying, whole, and true. Working within the context of a Waldorf school is, for me, a way of joining conviction and experience, theory and practice, a unification of the personal and professional. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with children and educate them through the principles and qualities of Anthroposophy."

Upon graduating from the University of Toronto with an Honours degree in Classics and History, Naomi continued to pursue her passion for learning and education in her studies at the Academy of Realist Art, as well as Anthroposophy and Waldorf Education Teacher Training for the Grades at the Rudolf Steiner Centre in Toronto. Naomi’s affinity for language and fluency in Hebrew and Latin served her work as an academic and student editor and tutor. Her dedication to shared learning impelled Naomi to become a children’s martial arts and archery instructor and ultimately validated her providence as a life-long teacher.