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Tisbury School

40 West William Street

Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts 02568

United States

Company Description

The Tisbury School is committed to insuring equal educational opportunity for all children regardless of race, gender, abilities, heritage or beliefs. Prejudicial attitudes or abusive language harm the emotional and educational growth of children of color ... more

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Background Information

Employment History


Oneida Special School District

Teacher and Case Manager

Knox County Adult School

Teachers Aide

Chico Unified School District Corporation

Para Educator

Elkhart Elementary

Environmental Technician Contractor Via EcoAnalysts Inc

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation


Board Member
6th District School Board

Board Member
Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha's Vineyard

Scott County Scholars Program Steering Committee

Board of Trustees
Vineyard Montessori School


B.A. Degree

Georgetown College

Bachelor's degree

Elementary Education

Loyola College

Ed.D. Degrees

University of Tennessee


University of Tennessee

MS degree

Elementary Education

The University of Tennessee

Master's degree


University of Colorado

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Mrs. Anne Williamson

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Mrs. Anne Williamson Tisbury School Web Page

Mrs. Williamson Third Grade Teacher

In her remarks Monday night, ... [cached]

In her remarks Monday night, Anne Williamson, fund board chairman, described the fund as the Island's largest charity. She said the fund has grown from the initial $60,000 to more than $8 million with 31 funds that have donated over 925 grants totaling more than $1.9 million to Vineyard nonprofits, and civic organizations. She said that the fund has awarded more than $1.6 million in scholarships to Vineyard high school graduates since its inception.

In a telephone conversation Tuesday following the Monday presentation, Ms. Williamson said, "Whether a person wants to donate directly to an Island non-profit or donate to the endowment where their money can support a particular group or cause in perpetuity, we want to be able to provide support and guidance."
Ms. Williamson, an Edgartown resident, said she was drawn to the board originally because of its emphasis on scholarships. She has been a teacher at the Tisbury School for 25 years where she teaches third grade. She is the mother of an eighth grade daughter. Ms. Williamson is the endowment's go-to person judging from the responses of several other board members whose first response when asked about the fund was, "Talk to Anne."
"Being on the board is a lot of work but it is a labor of love and I love the board," she said.
Sometimes that just doesn't come across as well in the written application," Ms. Williamson said. "We also require progress reports from grantees to help us judge the effectiveness of the grants."
While the endowment's operating expenses are minimal, even the group's office space is donated by the Martha's Vineyard Saving Bank, operating funds are generated by a one percent charge on donations, much less than many other similar funds off-Island according to Ms. Williamson.
Hundreds of groups and individuals have been helped by the endowment yet the group has had a quiet fund raising presence on the Island. Their only public event is the creative living award presentation and they only mail out one solicitation letter a year but that may change. "We have talked about the need to hire a full-time director, with well developed fund raising skills, sometime in the near future to help us grow the fund so we can help more people," Ms. Williamson said.

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"My daughter started at age five," says Anne Williamson, an Edgartown resident and Tisbury School third-grade teacher.

"It's like a community barn raising," explains Lizzie's mother, Anne.

Highlights for 2008 [cached]

Welcomed Emily Bramhall, owner of Bramhall and Dunn, and Anne Williamson, a teacher at the Tisbury School, to the Board.

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