Meg DeMato grew up in Northeastern Pennsylvania. She attended Loyola University of Maryland in Baltimore, where she earned her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education, and minored in French. She then went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, from Loyola, as well as her Primary AMI Diploma. Before working at Mountain Laurel, she worked at Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School in the International Office. She also taught as a Primary teacher at the Montessori School of Manhattan in NYC.
She holds a certificate in School Management and Business Leadership through Harvard Business School and School of Education. She recently completed the AMI Adolescent Training Workshop with Jenny Hoglund.
Meg serves on the Board for the Phoenix Project, the domestic violence center in Front Royal.
Meg, and husband Mike, moved to Front Royal from New York in 2010, when Mike received a job teaching music at Randolph-Macon Academy. They have four children, Michael, Grace, Maggie and Patrick, all who started at MLMS in the Beginnings program. She enjoys cooking, yoga, and recently took up Flamenco.