ATI St. Louis Staff
Gifted, passionate, and committed, our staff at ATI St. Louis are remarkable individuals both inside and outside our classrooms.
ATI St. Louis Head of School
Jennifer Fu has a B.A. in Physics from Case Western Reserve University, a NAMTA/AMI Orientation to Adolescent Studies certificate, and International Baccalaureate training for Chemistry and Physics at the Higher Level. She worked as a science guide at the Montessori High School at University Circle in Cleveland, Ohio, prior to moving to St. Louis. Ms. Fu will be a founding guide for ATI St. Louis, the first Montessori-IB high school in the city.
ATI St. Louis Director of Pedagogy
Ms. Anderson earned a B.A. in cultural anthropology from Webster University, a M.Ed. in Montessori education from Loyola University Maryland, a NAMTA/AMI Orientation to Adolescent Studies certification, and an AMI primary diploma. Ms. Anderson is a founding guide and program developer of MAP St. Louis, the first Montessori middle school in the City of St. Louis.
ATI St. Louis Guide
Mr. Panek earned his B.S. in marine engineering from Massachusetts Maritime Academy, 3rd Assistant Engineers license from the U.S. Coast Guard, a M.Ed. in instructional leadership and academic curriculum from the University of Oklahoma, and a strength and conditioning certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
ATI St. Louis Middle School Program Director, Director of Experiential Learning
Ms. Urspruch earned a B.A. in middle school math education with honors from Lindenwood University, a M.Ed. from Loyola University Maryland, an AMI primary diploma, a National Center for Montessori Education primary certification, and completed the Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham training. Ms. Urspruch is a founding guide and program developer of MAP St. Louis, the first Montessori middle school in the City of St. Louis.
ATI St. Louis Guide
Stephen earned his B.A. in English & French at the University of North Georgia, and his M.A. in English Literature at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where he has taught English Composition since 2010. Mr. Fairbanks will be a founding guide for ATI St. Louis, the first Montessori-IB high school in the city.