College of Education > Faculty & Staff > Faculty A-Z > Donna Kiel
Dr. Kiel brings her extensive experience as a Principal, Assistant Principal, Curriculum Director, and Counselor to the classes she teaches. As principal, Dr. Kiel led the implementation of the first one-to-one laptop program providing laptops for all students as a cornerstone of educational justice and equity for students in underserved communities. As principal, Dr. Kiel led her school to be named by US News and World Report as a Bronze Medalist for excellence. As assistant principal, Dr. Kiel founded COR, Catholic Schools Opposing Racism. Dr. Kiel’s commitment to racial equity and social justice permeates all her work. Dr. Kiel is passionate about supporting school leaders with the skills of transformational leadership and supporting leaders in creating school cultures grounded in social justice, empathy, equity, inclusion, and innovation.
Neuroscience of Leadership, Educator Emotional Well-being, Global Educational Leadership, Innovative and Transformational Leadership, Equity and Racial Justice in Leadership and Education