Lisa L. Meisenbacher joined Princeton Montessori School in 2008 and is a conference teacher and currently the Educational Coordinator for the Infant/Toddler programs.
Lisa’s talents are cooking, photography, and crafting—all of which she loves sharing with her students and using in her classroom. You can often find her with a camera capturing those precious moments of the toddlers busy at work.
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys being a freelance photographer for the performing arts and is a cooking enthusiast with Italian food as her specialty. She also enjoys painting landscapes and abstract art. She has had extensive experience working with costume design for a dance company and is fluent in Italian.
Lisa received a BA in Italian Literature from Rutgers University, NJ, and holds an American Montessori Society credential in Infant/Toddler through the Princeton Center for Teacher Education (PCTE), NJ. She is a field consultant, practicum coordinator and PCTE Associate.