Kiffany Lychock

National Faculty – West

Kiffany has been an educator for the past twenty-one years in various roles and capacities. Ten of those years include classroom experience as a secondary Spanish teacher where she was passionate about engaging students in PBL. She is an AP and IB trained teacher in Spanish and ITGS (an IB course - Information Technology in a Global Society). She was also a building instructional coach at the high school level.

Her passion for Project Based Learning and Educational Technology has provided her with opportunities to work with schools PreK-12 at the district level as an Ed Tech Coordinator and various Director level roles in Professional Development, Innovation, and Curriculum & Instruction for eleven years. Kiffany is currently serving as an Assistant Principal at the High School Level. 

Kiffany earned Bachelor of the Arts degrees from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Spanish Literature and Language and in English Literature. She has a Master of the Arts degree in Information and Learning Technologies from the University of Colorado at Denver and is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Educational Equity with a concentration in Executive Leadership.