B.A., Computer Science, Dartmouth College; M.S., Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington, Masters in Teaching, University of Washington
Katelin is a third-generation computer scientist and avid explorer of the computing fields, from her first research projects into security at Dartmouth College, through operating systems research at UW, and containers at Microsoft. Throughout her explorations, Katelin has nearly always been teaching at some level and some capacity. She served as a teaching assistant at Dartmouth, lectured at UW, and worked in area high schools while pursuing a Masters-in-Teaching. Most recently, Katelin has been teaching at a local community college, and she is excited to return to the secondary level at EPS. Katelin believes that computer science is about much more than just programming and that every student benefits from numerical and computational literacy. Outside of school, Katelin enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, as well as their black lab and feisty rabbit. She enjoys knitting, baking, puzzling, and reading everything in sight.