Consultant & Trainer
Educator & Administrator
Attorney & Legal Advisor
Speaker & Presenter
T1D Cure Advocate
Kathleen’s expertise rests at the intersection of law, education, technology, and public speaking. She is owner of Kathleen Reardon Consulting and the education blog doctiloqua, Attorney at Reardon Law Office LLC, Director of Academic Technology at Dedham Country Day School, and teaches K-12 students in Massachusetts. Prior to joining DCD, she held the positions of Latin Teacher and Technology Coach at The Park School in Brookline, MA. She is also mom to her 8-year-old daughter.
Kathleen has hosted workshops across the country, including presentations at the ISTE Conference and Expo, AISNE’s The Connected Teacher Conference, MassCUE Annual Technology Conference, among others. She regularly presents on topics related to edtech integration, digital citizenship, and parenting in the digital age.
Kathleen is also published on topics related to education technology, school leadership, and parenting in the digital age. You can visit the Publications page and her blog doctiloqua to read her writing. Kathleen’s most recent publication, “Seeing a School As More Than A Sum of Its Parts“, is available online in the National Association of Independent Schools Magazine.
Kathleen believes it is important to give back to the community. To this end, she and her daughter participate in studies around technology-driven treatment for Type 1 Diabetes and support the DIY artificial pancreas community in their efforts to combat a disease that impacts many members of their family. Kathleen also works with cultural institutions to integrate education technology to improve educational programming that promotes the protection and preservation of our shared cultural heritage. Kathleen has held positions on the Board of Education Advisors at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Teacher Advisory Council at the New England Aquarium, the PBS Education‘s Teacher Advisory Group, and the TES Global Network.
Kathleen holds a Preliminary Teaching License in History in Massachusetts and is a member of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Bar and the New York State Bar. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Classics & Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross, and her Juris Doctor in Comparative & International Business Law from the Catholic University of America.