Molly Feigal joins our faculty as the Family and Student Support Liaison, where she will be a resource to both parents and teachers.
Supporting the faculty in gaining understanding of learning differences and working to ensure the success of our students through partnership with parents, Molly is an experienced music educator as well as facilitator with expertise in brain science, trauma, neurodiversity, and research-proven techniques for behavior change, accredited through Anu Family Services and The Center for The Challenging Child.
Molly brings over two decades of experience as an elementary music teacher in the public schools and as a staff leader at Concordia Language Villages to her transformative work in the field of education and parenting, and her work supporting educational organizations.
Molly has served as an adjunct professor at St. Catherine University in St. Paul and is a faculty member for the SongWorks Summer Certification course for teachers, presenting workshops at conferences nationwide. In 2012, she was honored with the Dr. Fleurette Sweeney Fellowship as an Emerging Pioneer in Education, and in 2013, she received the Educational All-Star award from the South Washington County Schools district.
Molly holds degrees from the University of St. Catherine (Master of Arts in Education), and Macalester College (Bachelor of Arts in Music). She is a board member of the Family Life Coaching Association, dedicated to the health and well-being of families. As the parent of two lively children, Molly passionately supports caregivers, educators, and parents in understanding and connecting with their children.