- Katie Lewis
Katie Lewis, PhD
Prior to her current position as assistant professor (Teacher Education, undergraduate and graduate level), Katie was an elementary school teacher for nine years in Texas, California, and Colorado. She has experience working with grades Pre-K through 3rd across diverse school settings, including a rural Title I campus, an International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, and a SWIFT model charter school for full inclusion.
Katie received a PhD in school improvement and her award-winning project (Dissertation of the Year, American Educational Research Association's Leadership for Social Justice SIG) focused on gender diverse voices in K-12 schools.
Texas State University, PhD, School Improvement
Texas State University, MEd, Elementary Education
Southwest Texas State University, BBA, Management
Honors and Awards
- Dissertation of the Year Award, Leadership for Social Justice Special Interest Group (SIG), American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2018
- Megan Curran Advocacy Award for Outstanding Dedication and Contributions to the LGBTQIA+ Community at Texas State University, 2016
- Selected Emerging Scholar, William L. Boyd National Education Politics Workshop, American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2016