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Katrina Santner is currently serving as the director of STEM projects for Emerald Education.
Katrina brings with her more than a decade of experience working for various curriculum and service providers as a senior advisor, instructional designer, and program manager, with a focus on K-12 mathematics and assessment to Emerald Education. Most recently, she was responsible for managing the design and development of a variety of large-scale, formative and interim assessment products serving over 2.4 million students across 23 states. Katrina has led professional learning for district, school, and teacher leaders, both in the U.S. and abroad, and she has worked closely with a consortium of states to develop and launch the PARCC assessments. Like many of her colleagues, Katrina began her career in education as a high school mathematics teacher and instructional coach, partnering with mathematics teachers from elementary through high school to improve teaching and learning practices.
Katrina is deeply committed to advancing equitable education outcomes for all students by advocating for standards-aligned, culturally responsive, and accessible assessments and instructional materials. She believes that every student deserves to know and experience the joy of mathematics.
Katrina has an M.A. in Education with a focus on International Education Policy from The George Washington University and a B.A. in Mathematics and Education from Saint Louis University. She lives with her family just outside Chicago, IL.