Kerry LiBrando is currently teaching middle school history at the Louise McGehee School in New Orleans, Louisiana. She completed her master's degree in history with a concentration in public history at American University in Washington, D.C. Prior to her time in the nation's capital she received her bachelor's in History from Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island.

Kerry has spent time immersed in United States' history, as well as learning the best techniques to teach history to students. She began training as a public historian working with institutions such as the Civil War Trust, the National Park Service, Ford's Theatre, and President Lincoln's Cottage. After these invaluable experiences, Kerry pursued training as a middle and high school Montessori teacher. She is fascinated by the unique perspective youth have on the past and is dedicated to fostering a deep love and understanding of the past in students young and old.

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