Joshua Anchors collaborates with the school's partners from around the world to bring talented, motivated international students to Léman Manhattan. For five years Mr. Anchors worked as director of Léman's unique boarding program and was responsible for the academic, social, and emotional well-being of 120 students from over 20 different countries. Originally from northern Maine, Mr. Anchors worked in humanitarian relief for a variety of organizations including FEMA, the Louisiana Recovery Authority, and the US Peace Corps, before transitioning into education. Prior to working at Léman Manhattan, he taught at Saint Ann's School and worked at the Brooks School as a teacher, coach, and dorm parent. Mr. Anchors holds a MA in the Teaching of English from Columbia University Teachers College. Outside of his work at Léman, he enjoys bicycling, sea kayaking, and creative writing.