Zef Egan

Zef Egan began teaching Biology at Rudolf Steiner School in 2022. Before joining Steiner, Zef worked for environmental nonprofits including the River Project, Waterkeeper Alliance and the Urban Systems Lab as communicator and educator. A born and raised New Yorker, Zef developed a passion for urban ecology in the Environmental Studies program at the New […]


Daniel Fuentes

Daniel Fuentes is an enthusiastic, professional and patient Spanish teacher, originally from Quito, Ecuador. Señor Fuentes has experience working at elementary, middle and high school levels, as well as being a classroom advisor, for the last 10 years,  and three years in Waldorf education.  In addition to teaching the proper use of the Spanish language […]


Ilan Safit

Ilan Safit studied Literature and Philosophy at Tel Aviv University, Israel, before moving to Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where he earned a Master’s in Film Studies and was introduced to anthroposophy and Waldorf education. In the United States he completed a doctorate degree in Comparative Literature and taught literature, film, and mostly philosophy on the undergraduate […]


Caroline Martin

An Irish national, Caroline Martin began teaching chemistry at the Rudolf Steiner School in 2019. As a parent of two young daughters, she was drawn to Waldorf education to support their healthy growth and development. Before teaching at Steiner, Caroline studied geology at the National University of Ireland, Galway, and in 2013 earned her PhD […]


Vera Holschneider

Vera Holschneider teaches German in grades 7 -12. Her first teaching encounter in Germany was helping children of Italian guest workers to succeed in the German school system. She received her degrees from the Universität Hamburg and Fotoschule Hamburg, Germany, and moved to the U.S. in 1990, where she has been teaching students of all […]