Marissa Selleck is a BRHS alumna. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Sociology at The University of New Hampshire. She spent 3 years as a legal assistant right after college. She also worked as a residential specialist at Woodstock Therapeutic Community Residence and Hilltop Recovery Residence. Her passion for community and education led her to work as the co-leader of Vermont Youth Conservation Corps in 2014. At that time she also began to teach as a substitute teacher for the Two Rivers Supervisory Union. For the past 4 years she has worked as a teacher at Okemo Mountain School grades 7-12 including classes for Reading/Writing & English Language Arts, History & Social Studies, Psychology, Criminal Justice, and Contemporary Issues. She also assists in a lot of hands on projects through her work with Garvey & Garvey. Marissa spends her spare time advocating for the community and involved in sports. She volunteers to coach teams and plays an important part in making the town a better place for all children. She is dedicated to making sure Ludlow has a school that serves grades 7-12.