Nicole Davis Cameau
Nicole was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts and has been teaching third grade at Bowen since the Fall of 2007. She has worked in grades one through four and has taught psychology to students in grades ten through twelve. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Boston with her B.A. in Psychology, minor in Sociology and Masters in Elementary Education. She is enthusiastic about teaching to the whole child by using music, dancing, and other interactive methods to interest and challenge her students. In her spare time, Nicole loves to read, go to Zumba classes and try out new recipes. Nicole hopes to expand her students’ minds and help them become well-rounded learners and leaders.
Alison was born in New York City and raised in both London, England and New Jersey. She quickly fell in love with the city of Boston and applied to Northeastern University. There, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Psychology. Throughout her years at Northeastern, she interned at a nursery school in Boston and an elementary school in Brookline. In 2017, she earned her Master’s Degree from Lesley University in Special Education while working as a Learning Center intern within Brookline Public Schools. Her hobbies include traveling, tennis, dancing, reading, and writing poetry. She hopes to make learning explorative, meaningful and fun for her students!
Carly Wiskowski and Amy Conley
Carly Wiskowski was born and raised in Panama City, Panama and is a native Spanish speaker. She completed her Bachelors degree in Political Science at the University of Florida. After graduating, Carly worked as an aide and a substitute teacher at an international school in Panama where she discovered her true passion for teaching. She moved to Boston in 2015 to pursue her Master's in Education with a dual license in Elementary and Special Education. Prior to teaching 4th grade at Bowen, she worked as an intern in the 4th grade co-taught during the 2016-2017 school year. She is proud of her international background and is passionate about creating an inclusive classroom community, which celebrates diversity. When she is not teaching she loves to swim, travel to new countries, cook, and play soccer.
Amy Conley is a teacher in the fourth grade co-taught classroom. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education in 2008 at Emmanuel College and her Master's degree in Special Education in 2013 at Boston University. Prior to coming to Bowen, she worked as an ABA instructor at The Manhattan Children's Center in New York City and supported students in the role of Learning Specialist at The Little School in Bellevue, Washington. Additionally, Ms. Conley spent six years working in the Newton Public School district at Horace Mann Elementary School. When Amy is not teaching she enjoys reading, doing yoga, and spending time with her family.