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 Kitty Jean Boitnott
Kitty Jean Boitnott
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Education
Courses Taught Education issues, policy and ethics

Dr. Boitnott is a retired educator who worked as an elementary school library media specialist for most of her career. From 2008-2012, she served as President of the Virginia Education Association. Since 2013, she has been serving as an adjunct faculty member for SPCS, and she also owns her own private practice as a Career Transition & Job Search Coach that specializes in helping burnt-out teachers and mid-career professional revitalize their careers in new career paths. She teaches a course on education issues, policy, and ethics.

Board of Examiners, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
Henrico County Education Association
Virginia Association of School Librarians
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Virginia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Phi Delta Kappa
Martin Luther King, Hr. Commission
Professional Experience
President (CEO) (2008-2012)

Virginia Education Association, Richmond

Library Information Specialist (2001-2008)

Henrico County Public Schools, Va.

English Education, Library Media, and Administration and Supervision, Virginia
National Board Certified Library Media Specialist, Preschool through Young Adulthood
B.A., Longwood College 1975
English Education
M.A., Hollins College 1987
Liberal Studies (Fine Arts - Literature)
Ed.S., University of Virginia 2000
School Administration/Supervision
Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University 2007
Educational Leadership
Contact Information
North Court
(804) 289-8427
(804) 289-8138 (Fax)