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Bryan Kind is vice president of programs at Project Lead the Way (PLTW). In this role, he leads PLTW’s teacher professional development, K-12 engineering pathway, and instructional media teams. He is passionate about driving innovation and quality to produce inspiring and transformative learning experiences for K-12 students and teachers. Prior to his current role within PLTW, Kind served as senior director of programs, director of professional development, director of eLearning, and associate director of curriculum for engineering. Prior to joining PLTW, Kind was a technology and engineering teacher at New Berlin Eisenhower Middle/High School, Kettle Moraine High School, and Watertown Unified High School, all located in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, metro area. He also served as a PLTW Principles of Engineering Master Teacher and delivered teacher training experience across the country. Kind holds a Master of Science in Education Administration and Supervision from Concordia University Wisconsin and a Bachelor of Science in Technology Education from the University of Wisconsin – Stout.