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Kathryn Mattingly Flynn
104C Taylor Education Building

Kathryn Mattingly Flynn, Ph.D., is a Research Administrative Coordinator for the Evaluation Center. Dr. Mattingly’s doctorate is in Higher Education with a specialization in Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation (EPE) from the University of Kentucky. Her research focuses on the moral imperative to include more women in leadership positions within American institutions of higher education. In this work, she does not solely focus on gender, but evaluates the underrepresentation of women through the lens of intersectionality. Prior, she worked for the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina, for the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, and as a Secondary English Educator in the public school system. She has also served as primary instructor for undergraduate courses in the College of Education. Dr. Mattingly’s primary responsibilities include conducting analyses, writing reports, and providing guidance for graduate research assistants on their assigned projects.