Kim Evelti is the Curriculum Director and a Computer Science teacher for The Williston Northampton School, a 7-12, coed, boarding and day school. During her ten years at Williston, Kim has been responsible for initiating and implementing the school’s 1:1 computing initiative with the Microsoft Surface, earning herself a position among Microsoft’s Innovative Education Expert and Surface Expert teams. She has also lead the school’s faculty through its strategic planning processes and a variety of other strategic administrative initiatives. She has shared her work as a presenter for the National Association of Independent Schools, The Association of Independent Schools of New England, MassCUE, ABOPS, and others.
Prior to Williston, Kim earned her B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Ursinus College and her Ed.M. in Technology in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She began her teaching career at the Museum of Science, Boston, and attributes her desire to infuse fun, technology, and exploration in all aspects of learning to her time there. Kim is one of the developers of the Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership, with a concentration in independent schooling.