Director of Strategic Partnerships
Tim Klein is an award-winning urban educator, clinical therapist and school counselor. He has spent the last decade working intensively with marginalized and underserved students to empower them to pursue meaningful and fulfilling lives. In addition to his work at Project Wayfinder, Tim is a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University and a a purpose researcher and design specialist at Boston College.
Before joining Project Wayfinder, Tim was the Director of School and Community Engagement at Medford High School. In this role he implemented strategies that increased college matriculation by 30%. Prior to that, he spent five years as the Outreach Director for Summer Search, a national youth development non-profit serving historically underrepresented student populations.
Tim is currently developing youth purpose curriculum with the National Science Foundation engage Massachusetts urban public school students in Massachusetts. To learn more about Tim's teaching career see this video from the Nellie Mae Foundation.