Our Superintendent Chief Learning Officer
Kerstin Kramer brings three decades of experience as an educational leader, dedicating herself to serving students in various capacities. Her journey began as a middle school teacher, where she taught English Language Arts, Math, and Science for 15 years. During this time, Mrs. Kramer demonstrated her passion for education. From there, she transitioned into a teacher leadership role, serving as a district-wide science and technology Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) for five years. Motivated by her commitment to professional growth, she pursued a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the University of Washington.
Mrs. Kramer's leadership skills led her to be appointed as the principal of Snoqualmie Elementary School, where she served for four years. Under her guidance, the school achieved remarkable success, earning three WA State Achievement Awards from 2012 to 2014, along with the prestigious 2014 School of Distinction Award.
In July 2016, Mrs. Kramer joined the TTUSD team as principal of Glenshire Elementary. During her six years in leadership, Glenshire Elementary flourished and was recognized as a California Distinguished School. Recognizing her exceptional abilities, she was subsequently appointed as the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services for TTUSD in 2022. And most recently, she has been promoted to the role of Superintendent Chief Learning Officer, overseeing the entire school district.
As the Superintendent Chief Learning Officer, Mrs. Kramer is excited to serve the community and wholeheartedly believes in the potential of every student to learn and grow. She understands that when educators work together collaboratively, school districts can achieve the highest levels of student learning. Mrs. Kramer also recognizes the significance of family partnerships in fostering successful school districts, as families always want what is best for their children. Her leadership approach is centered around collaboration, and she looks forward to expanding her relationships with the Tahoe Truckee community.
Outside of her professional endeavors, Kerstin shares a deep love for the mountains with her husband, Dave. Together, they have raised two adult children. Kerstin finds joy in hiking, bird watching, reading, playing board games, and spending time with her family.