Katherine Bihr, Ed.D.

Education Reformer, Youth Advocate and STEM Innovator at the Tiger Woods Foundation

Dr. Katherine Bihr is the Vice President of Programs and Education for the Tiger Woods Foundation, where she's spent over 12 years implementing award-winning STEM curriculum and after-school programs for underserved youth through the TGR Learning Labs across the country. Through the foundation, Dr. Bihr also oversees the Earl Woods Scholar Program, bringing college access, financial aid, mentorship and internships to promising students in financial need. Dr. Bihr serves on the board of directors for the El Viento Foundation and Project Tomorrow. She's been recognized for her work on the Board of Councilors for the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California as well as the USC Alumni Board of Governors. In addition, Dr. Bihr sits on the Department of Education Leadership Council for the University of California, Irvine and California State University, Fullerton. In Washington, DC, she is Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Cesar Chavez Charter Schools for Public Policy. Dr. Bihr has presented at the United States Department of Education and was an invited panelist in an International Education Forum at the United States Department of Education in November of 2008, focused on Fostering Global Responsibility and Leadership.

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