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Karen Geating

Karen

Learning Support Coordinator

Karen has a Master’s Degree in Education from George Mason University.  She joined Northbridge from Mundo Verde Public Charter School in Washington, DC, where she was the Intervention Coordinator for students from Pre-school to 5thgrade.

  • BA Business Administration, French Minor, Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, Puerto Rico
  • Juris Doctor, University of Puerto Rico
  • Master of Law, Harvard University, USA
  • Masters in Education, International Curriculum Development for English Language Learners, George Mason University, USA

Karen began her professional career as an attorney in Washington, DC.  Her husband Gary joined the US Foreign Service in 2005, and transitioned into the role of trailing spouse.  

Not one to give up easily on her professional ambitions, she began volunteering at a school in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where she discovered a passion for leveling the playing field for all students. In 2011, she began pursuing a Master’s in Education with a focus on supporting English Language Learners.  

Since then she has taught in Washington, D.C.’s public schools and in international schools in Niger and Mexico. Most recently, Karen worked as the Intervention Coordinator for Mundo Verde Public Charter School in Washington, D.C., launching and coordinating a research-based-based Response to Intervention program. 

Karen joins us in Cambodia following her husband’s career.  She has two pre-teenaged daughters and enjoys biking, hiking, going on long walks, practicing yoga and spinning.