Carey Goldstein has worked as both a middle and upper school counselor for 15 years and recently “retired” from Louisville Collegiate School, to join the Cultures of Dignity team as the Director or Owning Up Programs. Carey used the Owning Up curriculum in both the middle and upper school ever since she was trained in the program over eight years ago. Her extensive experience brings a teacher to teacher connection to the curriculum that helps schools make the most of the Owning Up training in the classroom.
Carey has taken her classroom and counseling experience to Arusha, Tanzania as a part of a teacher exchange program and presented on social emotional learning in Chengdu, China. She has presented at both KAIS and ISACS conferences on how to integrate character education in grades K-12. Her love of working with kids and helping them navigate growing up with a better understanding of the world they live is what attracted her to work with the Cultures of Dignity team. She is married and has two daughters ages 14 and 12 that attend Louisville Collegiate School. She enjoys spending time with her family playing cards, cooking and watching movies.