Kathy Bihr

STEM Learning Ecosystems Consultant

Dr. Kathy Bihr is the Vice President of Programs and Education for the Tiger Woods Foundation. She has served in this role for over 12 years. Her responsibilities include providing direction to the personnel, programs and operations of both the TGR Learning Lab and the Earl Woods Scholar Program. Dr. Bihr is active in the STEM Education and Leadership community and serves on the board of directors for Project Tomorrow the National STEM Funders Network. She is currently an adjunct faculty member at the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education, as well as Johns Hopkins University. She has been recognized for her work on the Board of Councilors for the Rossier School of Education at USC as well as the USC Alumni Board of Governors. In addition, she sits on the Department of Education Leadership Council for the University of California, Irvine and California State University, Fullerton.

“…Watching communities use the tools and training provided by TIES to make changes to their practice that are clearly providing a better environment for student learning.

More About Me

I Bet You Didn’t Know

  • When I am not working, I can be found near the water, kayaking, walking on the beach and playing with my three dogs.

What I Love About My Job

  • I love working at TIES because it challenges me to be a better professional in every way.  There is so much expertise that is shared among staff – it creates a learning environment allowing all of us to shine.

A Transforming Moment

  • Watching communities use the tools and training provided by TIES to make changes to their practice that are clearly providing a better environment for student learning. In particular watching disparate organizations who do good work, decide to come together and collaborate on initiatives that take the best of what they have to offer and create amazing work where students and families benefit.