Degrees and Certifications:
Master of Instruction: Wilmington University; Bachelor of Education: University of Delaware;
Working with professionals in the early childhood field who strive to become better educators has been a keystone in Kimberly Krzanowski’s career. As a true Delawarean, Kim has over 16 years of experience in early learning as a former early childhood teacher, center administrator and higher education faculty member. Kim is a strong and dedicated advocate for children and families receiving access to high quality care and education. She serves on numerous advisory boards and statewide committees to implement policy changes that are needed to ensure all children have a strong foundation from the beginning. These committees include T.E.A.C.H® Early Childhood Delaware, Delaware Association for the Education of Young Children Professional Development, New Castle County Vocational School District Early Childhood Career Program and the Delaware Early Childhood Professional Development Strategic Planning Committee.
Prior to this role, Kim held the position as Instructional Director for Education Programs at Delaware Technical Community College where she collaborated with community stakeholders to develop partnerships amongst numerous school districts and early learning organizations. Additionally, Kim also provided executive leadership to faculty, students and a nationally accredited child development lab school. Kim holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Delaware, a Master’s Degree in Instruction from Wilmington University and is currently working towards her Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership with a concentration on the early childhood workforce.