Meet Our Teachers

In order to educate 21st-century students, you have to have 21st-century teachers. We are proud at Burke's to say that we have 66 of the best 21st-century teachers in the Bay Area. They continually push themselves to stay at the forefront of educational trends and spend their summers enriching themselves through professional development that trickles down into their classrooms the following year.

This page features an ever-growing list of profiles of just some of our fabulous faculty members, as well as stories about what they're doing and learning through professional development.

Teacher Directory

Professional Development News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Professional Development Institute 2021

    Burke's faculty and staff ended the year with reflection, discussion, and planning for the future. 
  • Affinity Spaces and Collaboration

    Director of Inclusivity & Community Building, Quise Rodriguez Edwards, is a member of The San Francisco Equity Leaders (SFEL), a cohort of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Directors from five Bay Area independent schools.
  • Burke's Presents at NAIS People of Color Conference

    For more than a decade, participating annually in the NAIS People of Color Conference has been part of Burke’s commitment to equitable and inclusive school practices. 

Teacher Profiles

List of 4 news stories.

  • Faculty Profile: Juliana Neves

    Juliana Neves, English 7 & 8, Grade 8 Advisor

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  • Faculty Profile: Xuemei Li

    Xuemei Li, Mandarin Chinese Grades 5-8 and Grade 6 Advisor.

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  • Faculty Profile: Sasha Anielski

    Sasha Anielski, 7/8 Grade Science Teacher and Grade 8 Advisor.
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  • Faculty Profile: India Chakraverty

    India Chakraverty, Associate Teacher

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Quick Faculty Facts

Number of faculty: 62
Teacher to student ratio: 1:6
Average faculty tenure at Burke’s: 16 years
Percentage of faculty and staff of color: 29%
Number of National Board Certified teachers: 5
Burke's mission is to educate, encourage and empower girls. Our school combines academic excellence with an appreciation for childhood so that students thrive as learners, develop a strong sense of self, contribute to community, and fulfill their potential, now and throughout life.


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7070 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94121
Phone: 415.751.0177 Fax: 415.666.0535
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