Ed.M., Harvard University; B.A., English Language and Literature (minor in Biblical and Theological Studies), Gordon College
Mr. Hunley lives in East Providence with his wife Jo and their children Ella, Liam, and Phineas, who are also BCA students. He loves teaching, and he loves learning, too. He’s especially interested in helping students to become active agents in their own education, discovering a sense of their calling in the process. His childhood dream of becoming a teacher was realized in 2001 with his first teaching post at International Christian School in Hong Kong. After a few adventurous years living and working overseas, he and Mrs. Hunley moved to the Boston area. After earning his master’s degree, Mr. Hunley taught at a small private boarding school in rural central Massachusetts called Eagle Hill School. There, he was able to implement many of his educational ideals as the founding director of the Cultural Center at Eagle Hill, a performing arts center integrating full seasons of public programming, a public art gallery, student internships, and artist residencies, all of which helped to connect the lives of students and adult professionals in new and meaningful ways. He’s thrilled to be at BCA, working and learning with the most interesting and exciting faculty and students around. Besides his work at BCA, Mr. Hunley loves playing at the beach with his family, watching good movies, eating all kinds of food, and enjoying great conversations.