The Harley School announced the addition of Lisa Barker, Kima Enerson and Sybil Prince to its 2017-18 faculty roster.
Barker joins the Commons team as the food and farm coordinator. As the former garden educator for the Horizons at Harley program, Barker is familiar with Harley’s microfarm.
She previously served as director of operations and youth programming for Seedfolk City Farm. Barker holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rochester Institute of Technology and a certification in advancing youth development from Cornell University in Ithaca.
Enerson is the new maker educator in the Commons. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from SUNY Geneseo with a concentration in sculpture and jewelry and her Master in Fine Arts degree in metals and jewelry design from RIT’s School for American Crafts.
Enerson has served as an adjunct professor at RIT since 2014, where she teaches courses in metals and jewelry design as well as 3-D design in wood, plaster and multimedia.
Prince, a 2000 Harley graduate, joins as a service learning and mindfulness educator. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville and Master in Social Work degree from University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
Her professional experience includes work with at-risk youth as well as with patients at or near the end of life. She most recently provided counseling to end-of-life patients and families and in the palliative care program at University of Rochester. Prince previously taught at UR and The College at Brockport.