As executive assistant, Schriver brings dedication and experience to Ohio Corn & Wheat. She is enhanced by a committed and talented group of colleagues and volunteers. She is especially rewarded by seeing the difference OCW makes on Ohio agriculture.
Before joining OCW in 2018, Schriver was a kindergarten teacher at Bridgeway Academy, working with children with autism and developmental disabilities. She also worked at Battelle for Kids as a project manager, working with the Ohio Department of Education’s Learning Standards and Ohio Appalachian Collaborative.
Kim worked as the youth development educator and interim director at Colorado State University Extension. Her responsibilities included managing the Garfield County Extension office and youth development programs, which focused on STEM in formal and non-formal educational settings. While at CSU, Schriver earned her master’s degree in organizational leadership from Colorado State University Global. Prior to joining CSU Extension, Schriver earned a bachelor’s degree in international agricultural and extension education from The Ohio State University.
Schriver and her husband Tim have two daughters and call central Ohio home. She enjoys being outside (running, biking, camping, sports, etc.), spending time with friends and family and volunteering.Contact
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