Meet the Instructors

Kellie Wills

Research and Teaching Associate, College of Education, University of Washington

Independent Consultant

Kellie Wills is passionate about teaching adults and is currently a graduate research methods instructor for the UW College of Education. She’s also a consultant, leveraging her 15-plus years of experience as a statistician and researcher to help her clients make great decisions informed by their data. Over her career, she’s used her expertise to ensure the success of projects ranging from the seasonal adjustment of the U.S. economic time series to the evaluation of educational programs. She’s been published in The R Journal, the Journal of Research in Science Teaching and the International Journal of Forecasting. Wills has a bachelor’s in engineering from MIT; a master’s in applied statistics from the University of California, Santa Barbara; and a doctorate in measurement, statistics and research design from the University of Washington.