Katy Zink
District Technology Coordinator
Miami Trace Local School District
Katy Zink has been an educator for 25 years. She began her career as a business teacher in 1980 in Gauley Bridge, West Virginia, teaching a variety of high school business subjects.  In 1983, she became a business teacher at Wheelersburg High School, Ohio, where she taught for four years. From 1987-1989, Katy was a high school business teacher at East Clinton High School.  In 1989, she then became a business and computer teacher at Washington Senior High School in Washington Court House, Ohio, where she stayed for six years. In the fall of 1995, Katy was able to find the job she most liked to do, become a librarian!  Miami Trace became her home that year, and she is still there today.  Katy served as librarian at Miami Trace Jr. High School for one year, and then transferred to Miami Trace High School where she was for ten years.  She shared duties as high school librarian and district technology coordinator from 2002-2006.  Because of the demand in technology integration, Katy moved to the position as full-time district technology coordinator in August 2006. Katy received her Bachelor of Science from West Virginia Institute of Technology in 1980 in Comprehensive Business Education.  In 1990, she received her MEd from Wright State University and added Library Media Specialist certification to her credentials in 1995.  She received the “Top Computer Educator” award in 1990 from the Wright State University master’s program.  Katy is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and a past member of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association. Katy identified content for the Economics Rooms, as well as the High School Government & Citizenship Room.