Jane Walther is the program coordinator in our Boise office. She supports colleagues with a variety of projects, including research, presentation development, and workshop preparation. She has a bachelor’s degree in French, as well as both a master’s degree and doctorate in curriculum and instruction. Jane has more than 20 years of experience in education, and her previous roles include classroom teacher, department chair, International Baccalaureate coordinator, and infrastructure director. She has worked extensively on various accreditation processes, collaborated with teachers across subject areas to develop curriculum, acted as an instructional coach to support teachers in delivering 21st-century instruction, and developed systems to help organizations run more efficiently. A former lacrosse player, Jane thrives on teamwork and is delighted to apply her educational background and organizational skills as a member of the Education Northwest team.
I am guided daily by Nelson Mandela’s wisdom: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”