Cailey has led student travel programs in Costa Rica, Perú, Panamá, Italy, and Argentina. Cailey now directs Global Programs and teaches Upper School Spanish and Global Engagement at the Wellington School in Ohio and previously lived and taught at the National University of Colombia in Bogotá as a Fulbright ETA and Senior ETA. While at Bowdoin, Cailey focused on Medieval Art History and Latin American fiction, and completed her teacher training in the public expeditionary learning schools of Portland, Maine. She spent a semester in Salamanca, Spain, studying the history of art and film as well as literary theory. Cailey spent two field seasons as a cook and artist-in-residence at Bowdoin’s Scientific Station on Kent Island in Canada’s Bay of Fundy. There she developed an interest in natural building and built her first oven and she then moved to Reñaca, Viña del Mar, Chile, where she taught permaculture workshops and apprenticed with a Master Earthen Builder at Pio Pio Chile with support from a Psi Upsilon Sustainability Fellowship. Her favorite things to do are traveling, reading, eating, and looking at art.
Chinese Language & Culture
Climate Change Mitigation
Monteverde, Costa Rica
Advanced French Language & Culture