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Kim Wiseman, M.A.T.

Director of Clinical Practices, Partnerships and Recruitment

Kim Wiseman recently joined The Citadel's Zucker Family School of Education (ZFSOE) to manage clinical practices and school partnerships. As an educator with a background in public relations and student affairs, Kim will work with pre-service educators in their clinical practices throughout area community schools. 

Kim's S.C. teaching certification is in Secondary English with gifted and talented endorsement. She holds certification as an Expanded ADEPT SCTS 4.0 Evaluator and Teacher Evaluator Trainer and has also been certified by the NIET in SCTS 4.0 Virtual Instruction. 

Kim earned her Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary English from The Citadel Graduate School in 2014 and went on to teach high school English in Charleston County schools. She began her teaching career at Wando High School, where she was first trained in Capturing Kids' Hearts and served as a curriculum team leader. Kim then went on to establish the English program at Charleston's Early College High School, a model AVID school where she was also recognized with CCSD technology awards for her work with personalized learning digital platforms. 

Kim's prior professional service includes coordinating experiential abroad programs at The Citadel and managing strategic communications/public relations in both public and private sectors. Previously, she served as director of public affairs at the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and account executive for public relations at the former Columbia, S.C.-based advertising agency of Chernoff Silver & Associates.

Kim Wiseman 10152020

Contact Information:

Office: Capers Hall 317
Telephone: 843-953-1374


Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education, The Citadel Graduate College, 2014, Charleston, South Carolina

Bachelor of Science in Advertising, summa cum laude, The Kent State University Honors College, 1996, Kent, Ohio

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