Dorothy Goulet is a full-time teacher assigned to St. Albans Town School, where she teaches French to grades 3-8 and online to high-school students. She spent nearly two decades traveling the globe - working for the Department of Defense school system - settling in Vermont with her husband and pets in 2016.
Her experience includes teaching art, history, English, and humanities, with assignments in Poland, Guam, and Germany. Dorothy (Dot) holds a Masters' degree in Educational Leadership and a Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership, but with the onset of the pandemic, painting and selling, donating, and displaying her art moved to the forefront and has grown rapidly from there. Dot is a watercolorist and mixed media artist with a wide range of subject interests, including pets, homes, landscapes, and botanicals. Her style explores movement and color and the use of negative space.