Kirstie Wheeler is an educational consultant and vocal instructor/clinician in the New England area and an associate professor at Berklee College of Music.
She has a strong background in education where she spent 10+ years in a diverse set of public schools in the northeast, eventually leading her to consultant-based roles in K-12 education while working in higher education. Kirstie feels strongly that all children need access to an equitable education and that all teachers and faculty need to be supported in order to reach this goal.
As a consultant, she works to help educational institutions and businesses assess their needs and set goals to move the needle forward and help them connect with the resources needed to do so.
As a performer, she sings with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, chorus to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops. Kirstie is a certified McClosky Voice Technician, using her knowledge of vocal physiology and pedagogy to prepare students for a lifetime of healthy singing.
I KNOW HOW TO ACTIVELY PUSH AGAINST SOCIAL CONSTRUCTS THAT SOMETIMES GET IN THE WAY OF
I listen and observe to understand the root of your educational blueprint, in order to pinpoint where I can apply my expertise and techniques in order to move you forward in a practical and sustainable way.
I do this by mentoring and strategizing through a process of inquiry, discovery, creation, and implementation. Together, we’ll build out your roadmap so you can start from where you are and easily navigate to where you want to be.
Kirstie is expertly adept at evaluating systems, setting up goals with actionable items, and evaluating progress on those goals. She does this with intention and a multi-faceted lens founded in research and holistic health. I enjoy working with Kirstie because of her passion, energy, straight shooting, intelligence, and insight. I trust her to evaluate and assess any system I work with and will be recommending her to all my own clients.
DR. ALISON ROY, Psy.D.
Adjunct Faculty, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth