Quincey Mulligan grew up in Telluride and was once a student at the Mountain School. Her time spent as a Mountain School student helped shape her academic interests and her affinity for environmental stewardship. She then attended Head-Royce School in Oakland, California, followed by UCLA for her undergraduate education. Quincey earned a Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Environmental Studies at UCLA. Her academic focuses included ecology, environmental policy, and geographical information systems (GIS). During her time at UCLA, Quincey was a student-athlete on UCLA’s Division I NCAA Women’s Rowing team.
She has now returned to the TMS community as a teaching intern. Quincey will be assisting with classes across all grade levels as well as outdoor education. She is thrilled to be a part of the TMS community once again.
Outside of TMS, Quincey spends her summers working for Telluride Academy as a Field Instructor. Quincey enjoys mountain biking, rock climbing, and skiing.
PreK-12 Independent School