Kimberly Lane Clark, Ed.S. is an award-winning former 16-year educator and keynote speaker based in Texas. She is a Computer Science/STEM advocate focusing on crashing the digital divide for underrepresented groups, primarily women. She works to make an impactful change through innovative educational technology tools to provide assess to learning for ALL and instructional design strategies. Kim is an experienced keynote speaker with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
She communicates effectively with internal management and external vendors. Kim focuses on a positive customer experience, attention to detail, and organization for every program she develops. She is committed to supporting the needs of both external and internal customers.
In her latter career, Kim has mentored and trained hundreds of educators face-to-face and virtually in Computer Science, STEM, Diversity inclusion, Edtech tools integration, innovation design, Blended Learning strategies, and Project-Based Learning (PBL). She currently serves as a Senior Program Manager.
In 2016, she was selected as the third cohort of the TED-Ed innovators and served as the 2018-2019 ISTE Computer Science Network president. Kimberly earned a B.A. in Educational Technology, an M.Ed in Secondary Education, and an Ed.S in Secondary Education with a specialization in Educational Technology from Jackson State University.