Kimberlyn Slagle joins NIET after serving as an educator with 24 years of experience. She is committed to identifying strengths in organizations and leveraging them to make strategic adjustments that are realistic and impactful. Her core values include coaching, facilitating, and leading with respect, integrity, and compassion.
Kimberlyn most recently served as a school administrator in Louisiana's Lafayette Parish School System. Before her role as a school administrator, Kimberlyn was a secondary English, reading, and ESL teacher, an instructional coach, and a coordinator for literacy and assessment. These roles provided her the opportunity to support pre-K-12 educators and undergraduate students spanning rural, urban, and suburban areas; high performing, refining, and transforming schools; and face-to-face and virtual learning contexts.
Kimberlyn's interests include educational policy, talent development, curriculum implementation, instructional strategies, and assessments that inform leading, teaching, and learning decision-making. She received a bachelor's in English literature from the University of Central Florida and a master's in educational leadership and policy studies from the University of South Florida. Kimberlyn earned initial certification and renewal in early adolescence, English language arts, from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.