About Us

Lance Fialkoff

Founder

Lance Fialkoff was a teacher for 17 years in New York and New Jersey. He graduated from Bates College and has a Master's degree in American History from Rutgers University. Lance taught European and US History, Anthropology, Sociology and Soviet Studies at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, Rumson, NJ, 1985-2001, and served as Supervisor of the Social Studies Department at RFH, 1995 – 2001. He was the founding Director of the LEDA Scholars Program and Director of Curriculum for Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America (2004 – 2007), where he revamped and supervised the highly regarded Aspects of Leadership curriculum. More recently, he was an Educational Technology Resource Specialist for Ulster BOCES, New Paltz, NY. Lance has received awards for innovative teaching, public service and historical scholarship. He is a member of the Wiz Bang Gang, a Jersey Shore band of long standing.

Contact: Lance@mm-ed.com

Lance Fialkoff, Founder

Michael G. Lockett

Curriculum Editor

Michael G. Lockett is a multi–disciplinary educator with over thirty–five years of teaching and administrative experience in the most competitive and highly regarded independent schools and enrichment programs in the country. He is also author to three books –– Blacksides In Blue, a memoir; The Brain Factory, a personal history of the Prep For Prep Program; and a book of poetry, Future Memories of Trains.

Michael G. Lockett, Curriculum Editor

Edward Arsnow

Curriculum Writer

Edward Arsnow graduated from Bates College in 2010 with a degree in English and Music. A drummer, guitarist and singer, he has played in numerous bands at Bates and beyond. He also served as musical director for Bates' all–male a capella group, The Deansmen. He is currently an 8th grade English teacher in Peabody, MA.

Edward Arsnow, Curriculum Writer

Lauren Yaro

Project Manager

Lauren Yaro has a BA in Graphic Design from SUNY New Paltz. She enjoys music, poetry, traveling, nature, and spending her summers working as a Teacher's Aide for students with special needs.

Lauren Yaro, Project Manager