Brittany Forrester joined Team Harmony three and half years ago; a return to her alma mater, as she literally grew up in the family business. Her parents, Lisa and Lee, founded Harmony in 1981. Britt attended Harmony from infancy through summer camp, returning as a camp counselor during her summer breaks during her college years. Brittany is a graduate of the Peddie School, earned a bachelor's degree from Villanova University, and a master's degree from New York University. After several years of working in customer service for the Four Seasons and Pierre Hotels, Brittany brought her exceptional customer service skills to Harmony. She manages Harmony's social media and communications, in addition to working directly on-site at our Princeton School. Brittany recently completed certification to be a children's yoga instructor through the Little Flower Yoga program, who offer yoga in New York City's Public School system. She will begin teaching yoga at Harmony Princeton this summer, and Harmony Robbinsville in the fall. Brittany is pictured here during Harmony's Summer Camp in 1991!
OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, July 26th
Join us for an Open House at Harmony’s Robbinsville location on Saturday, July 26th from 10AM-12PM! No appointments are necessary for Open House, just stop by between 10 and 12 to meet our Director and our teachers, tour our building and ask any questions that you may have. We hope to see you then!… Read more
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