Dr. Katy Farber has over 20 years of public education experience, including 19 years as a teacher and teacher leader, and four as a professional development coordinator at the University of Vermont’s Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education. She has conducted research about adolescent education and partnered with schools to help them personalize learning, engage students, and participate in action research. She earned her Doctorate in Education from Northeastern University in 2016 and is on the faculty of the Middle Grades Institute (planning and facilitating learning for practicing and pre-service teachers during a week-long professional development experience). She is currently an Assistant Professor of Education at Saint Michael’s College, where she teachers pre-service and graduate level students. Katy works to elevate the voices of students, teachers, and parents, and advocates for children’s health, leadership, authentic, integrated learning and deep, powerful service for others and the natural world.




Please visit the press page to learn more.  For more information about her books, or to schedule an interview or presentation, please contact Katy at katyfarber (at) gmail.com.