MEET OUR ADVISORY BOARD
Isabella “Izzy” Cho is a student and writer from Wilmette, Illinois. Some of her favorite activities include writing poetry; reading; surfing the web; and wandering through the beautiful cityscape of Seoul, South Korea. Izzy started studying Latin as a middle schooler and continued her studies throughout high school. She is particularly passionate about democratizing Classical studies to students of all backgrounds and intellectual interests, and is excited to partner with The Novae Musae Collective to make this vision a reality. Izzy will attend Harvard University in the fall.
Claire Mieher is a graduate student in Classics at the University of Southern California. She broadly studies Greek literature, more specifically the intersection of politics, religion, and gender in Archaic Greek poetry. She has also taught High School Greek and Latin, and strongly believes in inclusive pedagogies that embrace varied interpretations of the Classics and invite all students to participate. While not studying or teaching, Claire enjoys outdoor exploring, baking, and composing entertaining stories in Ancient Greek.
Nathalie Roy teaches Latin, Roman Technology, and Classical Myth Makers at Glasgow Middle School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. Roy strives to broaden the scope of classics courses by connecting classical ingenuity to modern STEM and the maker movement. In her classes, students strive to reproduce the products and processes of the classical world through experimental archaeology. Roy is a National Board Certified Teacher interested in equitable classics education. You can follow her on Twitter @MagistraRoy.