Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell holds a doctorate in Institutional Social Communications from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, Italy. She wrote her dissertation on St. Edith Stein’s vision of the impact of the fine arts on human formation. She holds a Master’s degree from the Pontifical University and a Bachelor’s degree in English, with Honors, from Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Dr. Elizabeth serves as the Director of Development, and loves sharing the Trinity story with the wider community. She serves as the Dean of High School Students, and teaches Italian (Italian I, II, III, A.P) and Literature (Introduction to Literature and Rhetoric, English Literature) in our High School. She also teaches Senior Classics and Sixth Grade Classics. She spearheads the College Advising Office and also mentors the High School Student Council. Her passion outside of the classroom is Field Hockey, and enjoys being the Head Varsity Field Hockey Coach. She also coaches our HS Forensics Team and our Intramural Tennis Program.
“I am passionate about helping our students gain the self-confidence to share their personal gifts with those around them. Joy in learning is contagious and we have fun in the classroom every day! Whether we are exploring themes in George Eliot’s Silas Marner, or traveling through Dante’s Divine Comedy in Italian III, we learn together, and I make new discoveries through the students’ insights every day. A true gift!”
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