Alethea Campbell is an enthusiastic educator from Massachusetts. She graduated from Smith College in 2009. Since then, Alethea has worked in a variety of positions ranging from teaching photography to high-risk youth, to developing technology workshops for blind and deaf customers at Apple, to working for higher education institutions, such as Harvard University. This summer she moved from Los Angeles back to the Boston area to pursue her Master’s in Technology, Innovation, and Education at Harvard University. In addition to her experience with traditional subjects, she teaches yoga and has a passion for integrating technology into learning environments.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Smith College - Bachelors, Psychology and a minor in Child Development and Education
Graduate Degree: The Graduate School of Education at Harvard University - Current Grad Student, Technology, Innovation, and Education
GRE Quantitative: 152
GRE Verbal: 150
Yoga, Photography, Art, Technology, Travel, Makerspaces, Maker Fair, all faires, dogs, cats, pigs, and the desire to learn everything I can about chocolate.
AP Studio Art: 2-D Design
College Level American History
Elementary School Math
High School English
High School Level American History
Study Skills and Organization