Ms. DiBiasio was born in June and her hometown is Plymouth, MA. She went to college at Bridgewater State University and American International College.
Favorite teacher? Professor Dushku when I was at Suffolk University. She was passionate about international politics, about the importance of activism, and she made you feel as if your opinion, and work mattered.
If you were not in education, what other profession would you like to attempt? If I was not in education I would be doing humanitarian work. I have worked for a non-profit organization in the past and know that I would love to continue to work to help those around the world achieve what many of us take for granted in the United States.
Do you have pets? Yes, our wonderful dog Sophia. We adopted her 6 years ago from a shelter in South Carolina.
Favorite color? My favorite color has always been purple. The fact that it is the school color was a wonderful coincidence!
Favorite Quote or Saying? I love the Maya Angelou quote from the Poem Phenomenal Women
“I am women
It is important as a woman, a mother of four phenomenal girls, a wife, an aunt, a daughter, a granddaughter, a teacher, a role model, a leader, a peer, that I am happy with who I am, who I have grown to be, and how I work to positively interact with others. It is important for our youth to know that our quirkiness and our imperfections, are part of what makes us phenomenal.
Where is the farthest place you have ever traveled? I went to Morocco many years ago. I explored Casa Blanca, Fez, and Marrakesh which was very different than any other trip I have gone on. To explore such a different culture and land gave me a greater appreciation for all rights and opportunities we have in American society.
Favorite Food? I love a Thanksgiving Day sandwich. It has to have cranberry sauce to make it spectacular.
Hobbies or Activities/Organizations you are active in? When I am not teaching, advising Student Council or Model UN, I spend time with my family. My husband and I tend to spend a lot of time at the soccer field with my 3 older girls and chasing my little one around. I will say it is coming up on my favorite time of year in which we celebrate the 25 Days of Christmas. Taking time each night to spend time with family and friends is what is most meaningful to me.