Jocelyn Slovak has been teaching at St. Anthony Catholic High School since 2017. She teaches English IV: British Literature, and Senior Advanced Placement Language and Composition. She previously worked in Brooklyn, NY as an education consultant with Ramapo for Children at the Academy of Urban Planning, and taught writing to undergraduate students at John Hopkins University in Baltimore. She also did research as a Fulbright Creative Writing grantee in Seoul, South Korea. She graduated from Wellesley College and is married with a three-year-old son. She loves that at SACHS she has the opportunity to work with students who give back to their community.