My name is Britta Lindberg. I am from Albuquerque, NM and was born in Hackettstown, New Jersey. I have an older brother, younger sister, a bonus brother, three bonus sisters, and lots of family dogs. My parents are my inspiration and family is very important to me. I love the outdoors and being active, especially running!
My dedication to an active lifestyle is similar to my passion for education and lifelong learning. I began my journey towards a higher education at Rio Rancho High School, where I was very involved in academic honors programs and extracurricular activities. I attended St. Mary's University, where I received my B.S. in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry. During my undergraduate years, I assumed multiple leadership roles in professional, honors, volunteer, and social organizations that I was a member of. I was honored to be a proctor for all of the biology courses that I took. I also participated in a Marianist Exchange Program at Chaminade University in Hawaii. After graduating, I worked as a Physical Therapy Technician in a variety of clinical settings. I knew that I was called to be a teacher while assisting with post-op patient education on injury prevention and recovery.
I am currently in my third year of teaching at Memorial High School. I am the Head Boys & Girls Cross Country and Girls Track Coach. I sponsor the UIL Science team and co-sponsor SWAT. Prior to teaching at Memorial, I was an ACT, SAT, TAKS, and K-12th grade tutor for Northside ISD students at Huntington Learning Center. I am grateful for the opportunity to teach our Minutemen. I believe that to receive much, whether it be knowledge or skills, you must give much. I hope to inspire students to be lifelong learners and recognize the gifts that they have been given.