kathryn L. Kubic, Ph.D

Dr. Kubic’s focus on student success has been a relentless drive and passion during her 35 years in education. Dr. Kubic received a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech, a master’s Degree from Loyola College, and a doctorate from the University of Maryland. She has served as a mathematics teacher- from special education to calculus, Assistant Principal, Principal, Mathematics Coordinator, Director of Instructional Data, Assistant Superintendent, and Associate Superintendent. Her professional presentations include: Oxford University Summer Leadership Conference in Oxford, England; Virginia Tech Education Leadership Conference in Beijing, China; Florida Department of Education “What’s Working in Mathematics;” University of Maryland College of Education, Policy, and Leadership; and the Maryland Principal’s Institute.   

 Her professional accomplishments include: winning the National School Boards Association Magna Award for increasing a district’s high school 9th grade promotion rate to 95.88%;  receiving an appointment to the Washington Post Leadership Institute, winning the Crystal Apple Volunteer Award for Creating A High School Parent University, winning the Rotary Service to Community Paul Harris Award, and also winning three Governor’s Citations: NAACCC Excellence in Education Award, Facilitating Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Principals’ Academy, & Focus on Student Achievement. She previously consulted with the College Board in the national EXCELerator program. Dr. Kubic now concentrates on school improvement efforts in her current position as consultant for the Urban Learning and Leadership Center (ULLC). In this position she leads school teams to increase student success in mathematics, early literacy, 9th grade promotion, and graduation rate.