Associate Superintendent for Teaching and Learning, Park City School District

Kathleen Einhorn  earned a BS in special education from the University of Utah, an ME in learning disabilities from Columbus State University, a specialist’s degree in administration and supervision from Columbus State, and a doctorate in instructional leadership from Argosy University, Atlanta. She taught seventh- to ninth-grade students with learning and emotional disabilities at Valley Junior High in Salt Lake City. She also taught special education, English, and reading at Bamberg Middle/High School in Bamberg, Germany, and elementary special education at Fort Benning, Georgia. Former administrative positions include Assistant Director of Special Education and Director of Curriculum at Fort Benning, Instructional Specialist for the Department of Defense stateside and U.S. territory schools, Principal at W.T. Sampson Unit School in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and Principal at Trailside Elementary in Park City, Utah.