Ms. Aimee Landers earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies specializing in Spanish. After getting her teaching credential at Humboldt State University she got her first teaching job at a Waldorf charter school in Sacramento teaching in middle school. She became intrigued by Waldorf education and wanted to know more and after having her son she enrolled in Waldorf teacher training at Antioch University and learned about the spectrum of teaching from kindergarten-eighth grade. Aimee was mystified with the kindergarten child and so worked at River Oak Charter School for eight years. She joined our school in 2018 in the kindergarten; Aimee and her husband are also parents at our school. Along the way she earned her Master’s in Administration, while she loves to teach, Aimee also loves to dance, travel and go camping.
Joan has been teaching at Waldorf Schools for 24 years. She started her journey at the Waldorf School of Cape Cod in Cotuit, Massachusetts and taught as a movement teacher and a classroom teacher. She also sat on the Board of Trustees and was a Faculty Chair. She then moved to Slat Lake City, Utah where she taught for 4 years at the Wasatch Charter Waldorf School as a class teacher, movement teacher and one year as a special education teacher.
She enjoys biking, hiking, and skiing as well as going back east to visit family and friends.
Ms. Williams received her Masters in History from San Francisco State, her BA from University of Hawaii, her Waldorf teaching training from Center for Educational Renewal in Santa Rosa, CA and her teaching credential from Dominican University. Ms. Williams began her tenure at Woodland Star in 2009 and prior to that time, worked for the several years as a substitute teacher at several area Waldorf inspired charter schools in grades 1-8. In addition to her class teaching experience, Ms. Williams brings a passion for drama, history, art and math.
Bill is a Waldorf-trained teacher who has been a Class Teacher for five years and spent many years before that teaching Woodwork and subbing for various local Waldorf schools. He completed his teaching credential program at California State University, Monterey bay and is also a veteran Waldorf parent who has been active in his school community and has served as President of the School Board. Bill has been a member of the Institute for Public Waldorf Education since its inception and is committed to bringing Waldorf into the public realm.
Bill’s enthusiasm for Waldorf and love for children are palpable. A Sonoma State graduate in Physics, Bill also trained for a number of years as an Electrical Engineer.
Tiffany came to Waldorf education via her life experiences growing up on a Biodynamic farm in the Sonoma Valley. She describes her upbringing as idyllic and filled with memories and experiences that have strongly informed her choice of study and career as an adult. Tiffany attended local public schools for grades K-12. She has a BA in Cultural Anthropology and Studio Art from San Francisco State, a Masters in Waldorf Education from Rudolf Steiner, a Waldorf teaching credential from Rudolf Steiner College, and a California Teaching Credential from Monterey Bay State University.