Douglas Kiang is a teacher, trainer, and author. His focus is on improving access for girls and minorities in STEM fields.

He teaches computer science at
Menlo School and is on the Development Committee for the AP Computer Science Principles course.

He wrote a computer science curriculum focusing on maker education. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Microsoft Global Minecraft Mentor. 

Douglas has keynoted and presented day-long workshops at schools all over the world. He was a Research Fellow at the MIT Teaching Systems Lab and is a 2015 recipient of the NCWIT Educator Award, for support and encouragement of young women’s interest in computing and information technology. He was also a CS50 Teaching Fellow at Harvard University in the Computer Science department.

In November 2017 Douglas was nominated by the state of Hawaii for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, the highest honor bestowed by the United States government for K-12 teaching. 

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