Kathy Tucker Carroll is an experienced educator, museum professional, and digital humanities specialist. She works with educators and cultural institutions to develop curriculum and learning experiences to create bridges between individual learners and their communities.
In early 2019, working in partnership with the Smithsonian and Esri, she produced a digital exhibit, A Right to the City, for the Anacostia Community Museum. She partnered with Scott Abbott at Washington DC Public Schools to develop companion materials for use in the DC History and Government course, ensuring that the exhibit would continue to educate the community for years to come.
She is a now a sought-after communicator, coaching a variety of audiences in universities, cultural institutions, and environmental organizations on innovative uses digital media. During the Covid Crisis in education, Kathy was an instructional leader, coaching colleagues across the Southwest on effective strategies for teaching in a hybrid environment.
At school, Kathy engages her students through interdisciplinary digital humanities, with multi-media classroom projects and historical field research. She regularly curates classroom content to make meaningful learning experiences for her students.
Kathy has a Master of Humanities degree from the University of Dallas and a graduate certificate in Digital Public Humanities from George Mason University.