Great restaurants, easy transportation, and city pride — just a few of the many reasons several Gilman faculty members call downtown Baltimore their home. Now is your chance to meet a few of them. Here’s Gilman Middle School teacher and Federal Hill resident Kim Dubansky.
After two years of teaching Spanish, Kim Dubansky is returning to one of her academic passions: science and is excited to her passion for the natural world with Gilman Middle School students. Additionally, she teaches the seventh grade leadership course and coaches soccer, basketball, and lacrosse.
A McDonogh graduate, Ms. Dubansky studied at Johns Hopkins University where she majored in Public Health and minored in Environmental Earth Sciences, while also playing on the lacrosse team. She received her masters degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and went on to an international environmental consulting firm where she worked to remediate oil and petroleum in ground water and soil in the mid-Atlantic area. She joined the Gilman faculty in 2012.
What’s your favorite place to travel?
Israel and Peru.