Kim Stein is an entrepreneur and educator who started in the world of education by opening her own language learning school in Madrid, Spain. She has spent over 22 years working in academic settings, including 10 years running her own school in Spain and another 10 years in International Baccalaureate schools in the U.S. and Spain. She spent 7 years in various leadership roles at the EF Academy campus in New York as the school grew from 200 to 750 students. She worked as the Vice Principal at SEK International School in Madrid, Spain where she launched a successful nutrition research project with students to respond to one of the U.N. sustainable development goals. She is passionate about international education, science education and research, global leadership, and experiential learning. She holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Manhattanville College and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Saint Joseph University in West Hartford, Connecticut. She is also a NEASC accreditation site visitor.