Kimberly Reiner began her first year teaching mathematics in the Upper School at Columbus Academy at the start of the 2022-2023 school year. She also serves as the advisor for speech and debate. Originally from Illinois, Kimberly earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Northern Illinois University. Upon completing her degree, she moved to Ohio and earned two teaching licenses from Capital University in grades 7-12 Integrated Mathematics and 7-12 Integrated Language Arts. After teaching for a few years, she enrolled in a master's degree program from Case Western Reserve University and studied Social Administration and Social Work. She found that this degree has helped to foster deeper relationships with students and to meet them where they are so they can reach their full potential. Away from school, Kimberly likes to spend time with her husband, Matthew, and their two daughters, Katie and Lizzie. She likes researching mathematics, playing the violin and taking nature walks with her family.

  • B.S. Northern Illinois University , Mathematics
  • Teaching License, Capital University , Grades 7-12 Integrated Mathematics and Grades 7-12 Integrated Language Arts
  • M.S.S.A. Case Western University