I strongly believe that teachers hold the power to effect change within our nation’s schools. I am honored to be part of an organization that values teachers and helps them to develop the knowledge and skills needed to positively impact their students and their colleagues.”
Kimberly Masloski joined Knowles in summer 2012, bringing over 20 years of physical science teaching experience. For one year, she worked full time as a Program Officer, Teacher Development, before returning to the classroom and transitioning to part time status at Knowles. She taught Chemistry I, Advanced Placement (AP) Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, and Integrated Science courses at Steubenville High School, located in Steubenville, Ohio. As a classroom teacher, she was an active member of the school community, volunteering to advise students in extracurricular clubs and serving on curriculum and accreditation committees. Additionally, she served as chair of the science department and site coordinator for High Schools that Work (HSTW), a local consortium of school districts. In June 2017, she returned to full-time status at Knowles.
Kim is currently enrolled in the Education Specialist Degree Program at the University of Toledo, where she is studying chemistry. While completing doctoral coursework at the University of Pittsburgh, she taught methodology courses in the university’s Master of Arts in Teaching Program. In 2000, Kim received her master’s degree in education from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Steubenville, Ohio. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Muskingum College in 1992 and upon graduation, taught at Bethel Park High School and Keystone Oaks High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A strong believer in learning as a lifelong process, Kim has continually sought opportunities for professional development, creating an ever-evolving classroom of opportunity for her students. She enjoys working with KSTF Fellows, supporting their evolution as teacher leaders within and beyond their schools.
For the last 16 years, Kim has lived in Ohio with her husband Mark, who is an administrator for the Jefferson County Educational Service Center, and their three daughters: Emiley, Hannah, and Briana.