After graduating from Trinity University, Mrs. Stryker continued her education in the area of Science at FAU and PBSC. Through FAU’s Environmental Education and Leadership program at Pine Jog, she became an Art Marshall Fellow. Mrs. Stryker’s academic instruction background includes developing and teaching High School Botany, Middle and High School Film and Media courses, and teaching Middle School Science, Jr. Botany, Robotics and Stop Motion Animation courses. She also served as the Director of Outreach and Development at a Private School for five years. Prior to entering education, Mrs. Stryker worked as a Telecommunications Engineer for BellSouth and for Fluor Daniels Engineering, and managed a Telecommunications/Cable Television contracting company. Accomplishments as an Engineer included the design and build of telecommunications systems at Homestead Air Force Base and the Miami/Homestead Motorsports Complex. Mrs. Stryker is a graduate of Leadership Palm Beach County where she has served on several committees, including Youth Leadership Palm Beach County, and headed Environmental Day and Media Day. In appreciation for her service to the community following Hurricane Andrew, Mrs. Stryker was awarded a Proclamation designating a Kim Stryker Day. Her love of film production and environmental education led her to produce an award winning children’s feature film, TURKLES, directed by Frank Eberling. Other films which Mrs. Stryker served as a producer include, MARRIAGE MATERIAL, SEA of CHANCE’S, BRYDEN’S PHARM, a number of short films, radio commercials, PSA’s and a documentary. Mrs. Stryker enjoys spending time with her husband, sons, daughter-in-laws, and her amazing grandchildren.