Ms. Biber is a Wisconsin native. She graduated from UW Whitewater with her Bachelor's in English Secondary Education in 2009 and went on to join TAGOS Leadership Academy in her second year of teaching, which gave her the passion for project-based learning and has influenced her teaching philosophy ever since. Ms. Biber then taught high school English at Brodhead High School from 2011 to 2020. She earned her Master's in Education through UW La Crosse in 2014. As part of her professional development over the years, she was selected as a Reynolds Journalism High School Institute Fellow with Arizona State University in 2014 and a PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Fellow in 2018. In 2018, Ms. Biber attended the Greater Madison Writing Project Summer Institute, where she rediscovered her passion for alternative education and began taking steps to go gradeless in her classroom. She has continued to work with GMWP, co-facilitating a Rise Up and Write camp in 2019 and presenting at the Wisconsin Council of Teachers for English convention about her work with students using writing for advocacy. Ms. Biber is currently working toward her Special Education license. Outside of the classroom, Ms. Biber is a certified personal trainer and registered yoga teacher. As of 2021, she is Wilderness First Aid Certified through NOLS.
Tiffany Lodholz was born and raised in Wausau, WI. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Geography from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in 2000 with minors in Environmental Earth Science, Geology, and Women's Studies. After graduating, she worked for 10 years at the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault as the Disabilities, Aging, and Rural Program Coordinator and the Senior Program Manager. In these roles she provided guidance on statewide policies and procedures, published articles and other resources, and provided education to a variety of professional audiences throughout the United States. Following her move to Marquette County, Tiffany helped to establish the Wisconsin Friends of John Muir and has served as the President since the organization's inception in 2013. She also worked as the Water Quality and Quantity Coordinator for Sustain Rural Wisconsin Network and the Grants Coordinator for Marquette County Healthy Communities, Healthy Youth before joining High Marq in 2017 as the Student Services Coordinator. In 2019 Tiffany expanded her role to become High Marq’s Field Naturalist. Her passion for placed-based, inquiry-focused education and helping students connect with and explore the outdoors is evident in our engaging weekly field experiences. In 2022 Tiffany received her Charter School Teaching license in Earth and Space Science and Geography to further her ability to support students in our school.