Keiko Sato is an international educator committed to Social-Emotional Learning. With over three decades' experience as an educator, she has worked with students ranging from TK to 12th grade, and with parents and teachers, both in the U.S. and in Japan. Her approach fosters resilience, healthy relationships, and social justice through effective listening and self-reflection.
Keiko is passionate about designing and teaching meaningful SEL curricula, facilitating small groups, and providing one-on-one coaching. She holds a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from Keio University, and another Master’s degree in Education, with an emphasis on curriculum and teacher education, from Stanford University.
For 15 years, she has been working with Hand in Hand Parenting as a certified instructor. Currently, she works as a Lower School Social-Emotional Learning Specialist at Synapse School in Northern California.
She is a parent of two children, ages 20 and 17, and enjoys Zumba, entertaining, and reviving orchids.
You can read more about her here.