President, Replogle Family Foundation
Raleigh, North Carolina
Kristin Replogle joined the College of Education Board in 2014. She holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Miami University.
She began her career as a senior Speech-Language Pathologist at Massachusetts General Hospital specializing in traumatic brain injury. She has since focused her time and energy on philanthropy and advocacy.
As president of the Replogle Family Foundation, she spends her time and voice volunteering and serving as a member of several national and community boards focused on health, education and the arts.
Kristin was appointed by President Obama to serve on the board of the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. She currently serves as a trustee to the North Carolina Museum of Art and WakeMed hospital. She also serves the NC State University’s Institute for Nonprofits advisory board, an initiative that seeks to strengthen nonprofit organizations in North Carolina.
Her passion for education continues with service on the NC State College of Education Board and the Ravenscroft School board of trustees. Previously, Kristin served on the boards of the Nature Research Center, SAFEchild, Girl Scouts of North Carolina and Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities.
Kristin and her husband, John, have four daughters.
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