Kimberly Sychterz has taught integrated middle school science and math for 6 years. She also launched a successful project-based outdoor education program focusing on life and environmental science. Kimberly developed and implemented a model for integrated service learning enabling teachers from all core curricular areas to synthesize disciplines learning objectives into service projects She was the recipient of a title II-D Technology Mini Grant equipping her underprivileged school with tablet technology for the participation in a fully integrated GeoMythology curriculum. Kimberly facilitated and instructed Master Action Plans for the Pakistani Educational Leadership Project summer program funded by the U.S. Department of State.
During her seven years serving the institute, she assisted Pakistani educators in the development of grassroots education plans improving the state of education, environment and health of the respective communities. Kimberly currently serves on the board of directors for the Global Scholars Project, a non-profit dedicated to providing basic education to children in remote and impoverished areas of Pakistan. She is also the author of,Interdisciplinary Science, A Fresh Approach From the Past, pending publication in Science Scope magazine. Kimberly believes the key to improving global society is through accessible education because informed citizens make beneficial decisions regarding the health & wellbeing of their community and can then participate more readily as environmental stewards.