About Kim Storey
Dr. Kim Storey is an educator and child development specialist who consults to educators, media companies, and professional organizations. She creates innovative educational media and programs for children, parents, and educators. She frequently serves as a featured speaker and conducts workshops throughout the country and internationally. Her areas of expertise include bullying prevention, science education, and the impact of media on children. She has developed, designed, and produced many highly acclaimed educational television series, websites, resources, and programs.
Kim Storey received her doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, specializing in child development and the design and evaluation of children's educational media. She earned her B.A. from Hampshire College.
For nearly ten years, Dr. Storey was Director of Educational Research at WGBH Educational Foundation. She developed and managed educational television, video, technology, and print projects. She was project director for Discovering Psychology, a 26-part television course on introductory psychology. She was also a consultant to Children's Television Workshop as a researcher for Sesame Street, The Electric Company, and 3-2-1 Contact.
- Agency for Instructional Television/Technology
- American Institutes for Research
- Atlantic Alliance
- Avalon Family Films
- Baby Abuelita Productions
- Boston Children's Zoo
- Children’s Television Workshop/Sesame Place
- Education Development Center, Inc.
- KQED Public Media for Northern California
- Kurzweil Education Systems, Inc
- National Public Radio
- Newton Public Schools
- Nickelodeon Preschool Television
- The Sports Museum
- WGBH Educational Foundation