Alexandra Holter

My CSTA Story

Alexandra found her home with CSTA in 2019 when she was seeking more ways to bring computer science into an elementary school setting. She loved the community of equity-focused lifelong learners found within CSTA. Through their support and collaboration, she has uncovered innovative strategies and practices to further her mission. Alexandra has continued to grow as a computer science leader who appreciates the professionals she is able to find within CSTA.

My Story

Alexandra Holter is a Computer Science Coordinator, K-12, for Bloomington Public Schools in Bloomington Minnesota. She has been an educator for the past 14 years. Her career started in Tulsa Oklahoma where she obtained her BA and Masters of Science in Mathematics and Science Education. Then she first taught her first class of 7th grade science and has been committed to eliminating young people’s barriers to STEM ever since. In 2015 she completed her Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Oklahoma State University. In her current role she supports K-12 teachers and schools with building their individual and site level CS capacity so that CS really can be for all. She is a current member of the CSTA Policy Committee, CSTA Editorial Board, and SciMathMN Board Member.