43 Foundry Avenue
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453-8313
Kerry Ouellet collaborates with instructional designers, professional developers, and researchers to create innovative online and print products that enhance STEM learning and teaching. She brings extensive editorial and management expertise to her product development work, as well as an in-depth knowledge of EDC’s full range of science and mathematics instructional resources.
Ouellet contributes to the conceptualization, content, design, and usability of EDC online learning experiences and resource hubs. Current and recent projects include the Concepts and Practices biology and chemistry high school curricula, the Mathematical Practice Institute, the Oceans of Data Institute, the HP Life Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs, and the Exploring Bioethics high school supplement.
As a managing editor, Ouellet advances the goals of teams that develop a wide range of print curricula and professional development guides including the EDC Earth Science Curriculum, the Design It! and Explore It! out-of-school time science curricula, and Making Science Mentors: A 10-Session Guide for Middle Grades. Serving as the liaison between staff and publishers, Ouellet collaborates with partners such as Carolina Biological Company, LAB-AIDS, the National Institutes of Health, Kendall/Hunt, Redleaf Press, Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, Kelvin, and Heinemann.
Ouellet also plays a key role in development work, establishing and implementing systems to guide the production and submission of proposals to government agencies, such as the National Science Foundation and Institute of Education Sciences, and private foundations.
Ouellet earned a BS in Business Administration from the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire. She is also working toward a certificate in project management through the University of California, Irvine.