Rebecca Hobbs, Director
Rebecca Hobbs, M.A., received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and later completed her master’s degree in Organization and Leadership at the University of San Francisco, School of Education. She is a Bay Area native who has taught and mentored youth for over fifteen years. Rebecca has had a continuing mission to serve the needs of all students. Before and while completing her M.A., she worked as a teacher at Tilden Prep Albany, where she assisted in curriculum development and became adept at identifying learning strengths and preferences for each student. Rebecca also taught an undergraduate course elective at U.C. Berkeley and co-led and developed a student-run group with an aim to increase high school student awareness regarding options for college. Since 2012, she has served as a Board Member for Back on Track SF, a volunteer organization that offers academic tutoring to under-served students. In her time outside of Headlands, she enjoys hiking, traveling, reading, cooking and eating, and spending quality time with friends and family.
Kristie Moore-Arauz received her master’s degree in Counseling at Marshall University, in her home state of West Virginia. In addition to her counseling background, she brings extensive experience in educational leadership and development. She has more than twenty years experience working in the fields of education and counseling, in both the public and private sectors. Kristie has facilitated educational presentations and leadership trainings locally and nationally. She has a passion for education, equity and social justice and is committed to creating an environment that ensures success for every student. Outside of the office, ‘being mom’ is her favorite thing to do! She is an active member of the Marin Foster Parent Association and is involved in leadership at St. Raphael School. Kristie and her family are bi-cultural and bi-lingual (English/Spanish). Together they enjoy music, dancing, sports, traveling, and outdoor activities with their dogs.Kristie Moore-Arauz, Head of School
Anschel Burk received his B.A. in Sociology and Anthropology, with a double minor in Education and Spanish, from Carleton College in 2014. He grew up in Mill Valley, graduated from Tam High School, and earned a B.A. from Carleton College in Sociology and Anthropology, with a double minor in Education and Spanish. He has experience as a K-12 educator in five different states, including over three years teaching at Headlands Preparatory School, both as part of the faculty and as the chair of the World Languages Department. Anschel loves riding his bike across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco to Sausalito, reading science fiction and fantasy books, playing improvised piano music, and cooking.Anschel Burk, Academic Support Coordinator
Suzi Andrews, Accounts & Operations Coordinator
Suzi comes to Headlands Preparatory School after 13 years with the Mill Valley School District and is pleased to be joining such a unique learning community. A native of the Bay Area, Suzi raised her two children here in Marin before packing them off to college in New York and Wisconsin. Time previously spent as a PTA mom, scout mom, dance mom and soccer mom is now spent walking, reading, indulging in all things true crime or just enjoying time at home with her husband. Suzi has a B.A. in English from UC Davis, a J.D. from UOP McGeorge School of Law, and most recently completed a certificate program in Human Resources Law from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law (proving that an old dog can, indeed, learn new tricks).
Kyra brings with her over 10 years of administrative and office management experience. She specializes in building efficient and effective interoffice communications and compliance infrastructures. She has dedicated the last 7 years of her career creating creative and innovative workspaces for establishments that serve children of all ages. She has a passion for equity and social justice, as well as entrepreneurship for minority and under-served communities. When not in the office, Kyra is a mom of 3 outstanding sons, and owns a slow perfumery and self-care apothecary.Kyra Lumpkin, Administrative Assistant
Carson received a double B.A. in Psychology and Asian American Studies from University of California, Davis. During his undergraduate years, he joined a community service organization where he first discovered his passion of building meaningful connections with others and being of service to his community. He most recently served for a non-profit education organization and AmeriCorps program called City Year based in Sacramento, where he spent his first year as a teaching assistant in a 9th grade classroom and his second year as team leader for a middle school site team. Carson is happy to be back in the Bay Area and continuing to serve within the education field in a supporting administrative role. In his free time, he enjoys watching and playing sports, especially basketball and football, weightlifting, watching anime and youtube videos, spending time with friends and family, and learning more about cars.Carson Ho, Administrative Assistant
Fernanda Martinez received her B.S. in Cognitive Science from UC Merced. When she wasn’t learning about the unconscious brain and our human behaviors, she spent her time with the UNICEF club on campus. Fernanda was the Fundraising Coordinator for 2 years and worked on projects including Halloween Carnivals, volunteer work with the Boys and Girls Club, and outreach to her peers on campus about UNICEF’s mission. Since graduating in 2018, Fernanda has worked with a wide range of communities including children in the autism spectrum, low-income families with Head Start and individuals who have schizophrenia. She enjoys lending a helping hand and bringing positive light to situations. When she has free time, you can find her playing on her Nintendo Switch, hanging with her cat, Kakashi, or working out.Fernanda Martinez, Administrative Assistant
Headlands Prep Parent
“The administration at Headlands (formerly Tilden Marin) is incredibly student-focused and understands the different learning styles that make a learning community. Our daughter has felt supported, has grown academically, and has connected socially. We really couldn’t have asked for a better school experience!”