Our Team Makes It Happen For You

A lot of work goes into producing the individual Friday classes, including the recordings of our sessions and meetings. Our team works hard to make your experience in the online classroom go smoothly.

Sharon Weizenbaum

Director, White Pine Institute | Instructor, Graduate Mentorship Program

Sharon graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture in 1983.  She has studied many times in China with a focus on gynecology, obstetrics and, in the last 15 years, Classic Formulas. Sharon teaches internationally, publishes articles, translates much of her own course material and is the director of the clinic White Pine Healing Arts.

Our Teaching Assistants

The Teaching Assistants in the Graduate Mentorship Program serve to help students learn the diagnostic skills taught in the program by meeting with their small groups and working with practice exercises, answering questions and being available to help understand the process. When it comes time for students to submit a case review, the Teaching Assistants walk through the process with students. They are an invaluable asset to the program.

Current Teaching Assistants

Shannon Larson
Suzanne Connole
Martine Cornelissen
Caroline Radice

Matthew Bierschbach
Anne Huebsch
Lisa Pate

Laura Mcgraw
Tolley Sink
Claus Sørenson

Molly Beverage

Administrative Assistant, Graduate Mentorship Program | Chat Moderator during live-stream

Molly gives voice to the streamers during the Graduate Mentorship Program weekends and is the all round go to person for general questions. She is lucky enough to have been a part of the Graduate Mentorship Program since 2012, which has profoundly affected her practice. After graduating from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2001, she set up a practice in the Manchester area of Vermont and currently practices with a diverse group of healers in Dorset, VT. She is past president of the Vermont Acupuncture Association and continues to create ways to bring awareness and understanding of Chinese Medicine to the community. In her spare time she loves to hike, ski, hunt for mushrooms and garden, and runs a cut flower peony farm with over 200 peonies.

Molly Beverage

PJ Moynihan

Technical Production (camera, lighting, sound), live-stream and recorded video

PJ is an award-winning Writer/Director and EMMY-nominated Producer who graduated from Columbia University in 2002 and founded Digital Eyes Film. His first documentary FIGHT TOWN: SPORT AND THE GROWTH OF AN URBAN COMMUNITY (2004) broadcast on WGBY-PBS. EYE ON THE DREAM (2007), a ten-part documentary about amateur baseball which he Produced and Directed, was presented by Verizon and broadcast nationally on Comcast Sports Network. In 2010, he co-created and Produced REEL HARDBALL a collection of documentaries which were among the first independent films to premiere on Major League Baseball Network. His most recent documentary, HEALING VOICES (2016), is a critical look at mental healthcare in the US and was released in 130 communities and eight countries via an aggressive grass roots distribution model. In addition to his documentary work, Moynihan is Co-Producer of SPACEMAN (2015), a scripted feature about former major league baseball player and counterculture icon Bill ‘Spaceman’ Lee, starring Josh Duhamel. In the daylight hours, Digital Eyes Film produces social impact media for a global client base, including many groups and organizations focused on public health, mental health, and addiction recovery.

PJ Moynihan

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86 Henry Street
Amherst, Massachusetts 01002
(413) 549-4021