Kaitlin Moran is...
a Registered Yoga Teacher (200 hour) who earned her certification in 2017 under instructors Goldie Graham, Tatyana Souza, and Laura Ahrens. She believes yoga is for everyone regardless of zip code, previous experience, or body type. Since 2015, she has taught yoga in Boston Public Schools and has been awed and humbled by the reactions of teenagers experiencing yoga for the first time.
In addition to teaching yoga, Kaitlin has been teaching High School History and English Language Learners levels 1-5 since 2008. As an exemplary educator, Kaitlin dedicates her career to championing anti-racist, high expectations education for all public school students. She has been awarded fellowships from Mt. Vernon, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Facing History and Ourselves. She is forever indebted to her mentors: Brian Fong, Dr. Marya Levenson, and Dr. Kerry Dunne for their support and guidance.
Kaitlin holds a MA from Brown University, a BA from Boston University, and is a member of Cohort VIII of the Calderwood Writing Fellows at University of Massachusetts- Boston. Her Calderwood research focuses on how writing in the government classroom increases immigrant students' sense of agency and self-efficacy. She will present her research in May 2018.
In addition to teaching, Kaitlin enjoys cooking, drinking red wine, and being outside with her husband, Ben, and her cat, Three.