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This I Believe Rhode Island: Mentors
Take a moment to identify the people who have influenced you the most during your lifetime. For many of us the most obvious choices, of course, are parents and teachers. But most of us can also point to some less obvious mentors who have had a profound impact on our deepest values, the way we navigate life’s challenges, and the paths we choose as we find our way in this world. Sadly, sometimes our most important mentors disappear from our day-to-day lives. And that’s certainly the case for Heath Capello.
Heath Capello graduated from Roger Williams University and has taught science in four different states over the past twelve years. Most recently, he has been on the faculty at St. George’s School in Middletown. This August Capello will be seeking new adventures -- and mentors -- as he transitions to the American School of Milan in Italy.