Meg Sipple


Ms. Meg Sipple grew up in Las Vegas before migrating east to attend the University of Maryland, College Park.  She fell in love with the Washington, D.C. area and remained there for the next 11 years. When her time in DC was up, she was not quite ready to leave the east coast so she headed north to Boston. After too many New England winters, she made her way back out west and landed in sunny Arizona.

She began at New Way as a substitute teacher before coming on full time and immediately fell in love with the students and the culture. She is over the moon to be a part of such an inspired and supportive team and able to work with such amazing students!

Ms. Sipple loves working with people and figuring out ways to solve any problem. She believes in getting the best out of people, not just the most. In her free time she loves to be outdoors camping and hiking. She loves to travel and will hop in the car or on a plane with no notice, much to the delight of her niece and nephew who love asking, “Where in the world is Aunt Meg?”