Kelly Sauve is currently an Education Program Director at the Harris Foundation. With a passion for increasing the dialogue around the need for improvements in STEM education, Kelly works collaboratively with The Harris Foundation to maximize the impact of all programs. Her primary projects including directing the Dare to Dream and RockIt! programs. In this capacity, she is responsible for curriculum development, implementation oversight, training and evaluation and event planning and management.
Prior to joining the Harris Foundation in April of 2010, Kelly served as an Implementation Coordinator for the Center for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Education at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. In that role, she worked heavily with the local community, running outreach programs to support students, parents and teachers through the K-12 pipeline. In that role, she worked with the Mayor's StepUP Initiative in Boston, MA – a coalition of the ten lowest performing schools in the city partnered with five Boston area universities- aiming to eliminate the achievement gap and raise student achievement overall. One of her primary responsibilities at Northeastern University was to serve as the Camp Director for the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp at Northeastern University, recruiting students and staff, developing curriculum and assisting with the day to day operations of the program.
Kelly holds a Masters in Teaching and Bachelors of Science degree from Northeastern University.