Kim Gameroz is a change agent for schools and districts who seek to revolutionize classrooms by taking on a systematic approach to teaching social and emotional skills. She previously served as the Social-Emotional Learning and Behavior Support Teacher on Special Assignment in Orange County, California where she developed her District’s roadmap to support all students’ and teachers’ social and emotional competencies. For the past 15 years, Kim has coached, trained, and mentored teachers, students, and families around the globe. She was invited to speak at Social Thinking’s Global Provider’s Conference in San Francisco. She has also consulted for school districts and families in need of social and emotional support, served on SEL panels for the Cotsen Art of Teaching Foundation, and has appeared on various webinars and podcasts with leaders and companies near and far. She holds a Bachelors in Psychology from California State University, Long Beach, and a Masters in Education from National University, San Diego. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband, Shaun, and son, Wyatt, and is looking forward to spreading her knowledge of SEL even further to schools, districts, and homes around the world.