While at The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, Will studied English and education, reading any and all contemporary fiction and classic literature he could find. After student teaching and graduating, he taught English and Latin in Nashville, and his home city of Little Rock, Arkansas, at all levels, seeing as much live music as he could and living and studying throughout Italy in the summer. He was voted Faculty of the Year in 2006 and received the same award this year at a different school. In 2011, Will was hired as a consultant and teacher through the nationwide KIPP school network which serves the most economically challenged areas in the country. Following that, he received his master’s in education at Columbia University, researched at the United Nations International School, and later served as Dean of Studies at Sacred Heart. That same summer, he helped lead his first summer program in England and has loved it ever since. Will now works at The Winston School in Dallas, serving on its Leadership team as Director of Student Affairs and College Admissions. Will is fluent in Latin and Greek (which might come in handy deciphering interesting grave markers and early writings). Will has returned to The Winston School to continue his 25+ year career in education.