Sabine Salandy has a background in education, communications, and government. She holds a B.A. from Hunter College and an M.S. from the New School for Social Research. Sabine comes to us from the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County, where she served five years as Director of Education. Sabine brings lots of energy, wonderful ideas, and helpful experiences to her work, and she is also a parent of one of our students!
Ruth Ann Worden
Elaine has been a member of the Westchester Ethical Society since 1982. Both of her children attended the Nursery School and the Sunday School. She began teaching in the Ethics for Children program when her older son was 6 and has taught ever since. She loves it! During the week, Elaine is a landscape designer and makes her appreciation of the natural world an integral part of her teaching experience.
Matthew has attended the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester since 2004, graduating from the Ethics for Children program in 2004. He has babysat at the society for many years and is now an assistant teacher in the Senior Ethics class. In Matthew’s own words: “Ethical Culture has been with me so long it really is a part of who I am. Ethical Culture has shown me how my choices affect people in different ways. I have become more conscious of others feelings and cultures. Ethical Culture didn’t make me a better person, it influenced me to choose to be a better person.”