Katrina Stevens is President and CEO at The Tech Interactive. As an educator, administrator and startup founder, she has focused on ways to create inspirational and impactful learning experiences for young people around the world. Before joining The Tech, Stevens was the director of learning science at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, where she sought opportunities to improve learning, especially for young people who face the most serious obstacles to success. There, she oversaw a $200 million portfolio of 67 grants.
In addition, she has led curriculum and professional development teams, as well as designed, reviewed and integrated education technology, written and managed grants, and developed teachers and leaders in both public and independent school settings. Her work is anchored in her twenty years as an educator. Her consulting clients have included Emerson Collective, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Alliance for Excellent Education, Jobs for the Future, Tuscany Associates, Baltimore County Public Schools, MSDE, Maryland Public Television, MICA, Johns Hopkins University, Conceptua Math, Sylvan Learning, LearnIt Systems, and Calvert Education Services.