Marna Carroll



Simmons University
Special Education

University Connecticut
Master of Arts

University of New Hampshire
Bachelor of Arts


Marna Carroll graduated from UNH with a degree in Anthropology and has an MA in Anthropology from UConn and an MS ed. From Simmons University in Special Education Right out of college, she began working as an archaeologist for the U.S. Park Service, U.S.D.A. Forest Service and as a cultural resource specialist for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe. Marna’s teaching career began at the Landmark School College Prep program where she stayed for twelve years, teaching World Geography, History, Literature, Study Skills and Grammar and Composition classes. She then moved across the country to Washington State and taught at Central Washington University in the Anthropology and Humanities as well as becoming the director of the American Indian Studies Program. Marna returned to Massachusetts last year, teaching history and Language Arts as a long-term substitute at the Carroll School before arriving at Fusion this year.