You may think of Project Education as a technology company. After all, we’ve made a name for ourselves by helping school districts, schools, administrators, and teachers unlock and unleash the potential of their data to better manage the many situations, needs and opportunities they encounter every day. All this is possible thanks to our breakthrough methods of connecting and unifying databases, giving education professionals fast, seamless access to actionable information.
So yes, you might think of us as a tech company … but you’d only be half right, because unleashing that potential requires the wisdom, empathy, and care that only real, live educators can bring.
Case in point: our newest program managers for Project GT (Gifted and Talented) and Project Behavior. Consider their backgrounds for a glimpse into the investments we make in true teaching expertise.
Kristin Graham is our Program Manager for Project GT, and brings experience as an education leader in urban, rural, and suburban communities in Texas and Shanghai, China. She has led multiple teams in improving outcomes for students at the elementary, high school, and district levels. As the district gifted coordinator in Spring Branch ISD in Texas, Kristin managed how the district identified and served GT students, providing professional development, and building partnerships with stakeholders. This enabled Spring Branch to create meaningful new opportunities for student success.
Kristin holds a B.A. in Political Science and M.Ed in Curriculum & Instruction from Texas A&M University as well as a Principal Certification. She is also an active member of the Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented, serving on several committees and collaborating with colleagues across the state.
Rosina Kiggundu has joined us as Program Manager for Project Behavior. As a middle school assistant principal, Rosina led several behavior initiatives to promote positive campus wide systems. Her career in education began with teaching high school English, where she saw the need to help newcomer students. After succeeding as an English as a Second Language teacher, Rosina became an Academic Facilitator, spearheading reading/writing and language acquisition instructional methods to help raise student achievement.
Rosina’s passion is to help children by providing equity in all aspects of education, whether that equity is achieved through behavioral or instructional methods. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication, a Master of Education Administration, and a Principal Certification.
Kristin and Rosina are proof that while Project Education has a brain for data and technology, we have a heart for teaching. And they are just two examples of the many talented educators and administrators who serve our clients.