Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Anthropology, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

M.P.H, School of Public Health, Hunter College

M.A. in Social Studies of Science and Technology, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina

B.A. in Cultural Anthropology, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Waldorf Foreign Languages Teaching Certificate, Sunbridge Institute

Teaching certificate in Fine Arts, Centro Polivalente de Arte de San Isidro, Argentina

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Bárbara Tagliaferro

Middle School and High School Spanish Teacher

Bárbara’s work has always focused on research and education. Her research and program evaluation experience are in the fields of education, food and medical anthropology, and public health. She has also worked in governmental and academic settings, as well as independently as a consultant, most recently at NYU School of Medicine, Department of Population Health. Bárbara’s teaching experience includes parent-teacher classes all the way to graduate school; most recently at Brooklyn College, CUNY. The subjects she taught include anthropology, food studies, research methods, computer literacy, and fine arts. Bárbara is a graduate of Escuela Waldorf San Miguel Arcángel in Argentina.

Bárbara joined Green Meadow in 2023 and currently teaches Spanish in the middle school and high school.