Kristi earned a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Davis in 1975. She also holds a Masters degree in Museum Studies from George Washington University and two Waldorf teaching credentials. She worked in the education departments of several museums in Washington D.C., Pittsburgh, and in San Francisco. However, her main focus has been teaching for the past 35 years. She has taught in the Seattle Waldorf Schools Kindergarten, Kinderhaus, and her own preschool off and on for 16 years. Then Kristi moved up to teaching the gamut of history at Hazel Wolf High School in Seattle. She now teaches courses in history, civics, philosophy, and mythology to senior citizens. Nothing compares to making history come alive. Kristi has been a storyteller in both performance and therapeutic settings, favoring medieval epics complete with accompanying musicians. She’s also a rabid gardener, raised three children, and will play mah jongg whenever there’s a spare moment.