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Waldorf School welcomes new administrator

The Waldorf School of Princeton appointed Zoe Brookes as its new school administrator.

Brookes brings a business background, including an MBA from London Business School, and foundational experience as a consultant at Bain & Company and Deloitte & Touche in London, according to information provided by the school.

She has experience leading and advising small- to medium-sized nonprofit organizations. Many of the organizations she has worked with, including Outward Bound, Trenton Circus Squad, Destination Imagination, Young Audiences, and Fernbrook Farms, have held experiential learning at their center.

Her most recent leadership position was as founder and executive director of the Trenton Circus Squad, a circus-based youth achievement program that brings together young people of diverse backgrounds to build trust and support one another’s achievements, according to the statement.

Brookes also served as chief operating officer of Isles Inc, a multi-service community development organization in Trenton focused on helping families become self-sufficient.

She said she is committed to working for racial justice and looks forward to ensuring that the Waldorf School of Princeton remains a welcoming and supportive place for New Jersey’s diverse community, according to the statement.

“I believe wholeheartedly in the Waldorf approach to education, having seen the transformational effect on my own son, who attended through his middle school years; I look forward to bringing this precious experience to a growing number of children and families in the area,” Brookes said in the statement.


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