Kim Burnett is a member of the Johns Hopkins University Clinical Faculty - Urban Teachers Program. In this role she is dedicated to classroom teaching, mentorship, collaboration, and the success of students. At Urban Teachers, she works in Baltimore as an instructional coach for preservice teachers. She also serves as an adjunct professor at American University in Washington, DC for elementary math and social justice courses. Additionally, she also serves as the Manager of the Professional Learning Community with the Association of Supervision and Curriculum and Development (ASCD). Kim earned her Bachelor of Science from Syracuse University, and master’s degrees from Cornell, Johns Hopkins and Towson Universities. Currently, completing her Ph.D. in STEM education from George Mason University in Virginia.
Social justice is an important issue; therefore, she serves on the executive board of two non-profit organizations, STEM4US - an organization helping to promote the participation of minority students in STEM and the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project (MAIP). MAIP works to correct the conviction of innocent people in D.C., MD and VA.
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