Jennifer Stine is the managing director of professional education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. As managing director, she oversees Programs in Professional Education (PPE) and WIDE World. Together these programs serve more than 4,500 teachers and education leaders in both K-12 and higher education. Stine came to Harvard after leading executive and professional education for the School of Engineering at MIT and brings more than 10 years of successful experience in this area. Her accomplishments at MIT included significant expansion of a portfolio of custom and open enrollment certificate programs, including the development of several major strategic initiatives, including the award-winning BP Projects Academy, developed jointly with the Sloan School of Management, the global Accenture Solutions Delivery Academy certification program, and the MIT Career Reengineering program.
Prior to joining MIT in 2002, she worked as an entrepreneur, and she served as documentation team lead and training co-lead on a major Oracle implementation at Caltech. Stine holds three degrees from Stanford, including a PhD in history with a focus on women, social networks, and communication of medicinal information in seventeenth-century England.
- PhD, Stanford University