Kim Siegenthaler | Director of Mizzou Online, University of Missouri
Current Position and Past Experience
Kim Siegenthaler is Director of Mizzou Online at the University of Missouri, a position she has held since 2014. In this capacity, Siegenthaler defines and operationalizes the mission, vision and strategies of Mizzou Online to develop, market and deliver graduate and undergraduate degree and certificate programs to distance students, while coordinating collaborations between Mizzou Online and various other departments. From 2010 to 2014, Siegenthaler served as interim co-Director of Mizzou Online.
Prior to joining the University of Missouri, Siegenthaler served as Director of Continuing Education and Alumni Relations at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond.
Education, Honors and Achievements
Kim Siegenthaler holds a M.Div. from the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, a Ph.D. in Leisure Studies from the University of New Mexico, a M.S. in Recreation Administration from the University of Oklahoma, and a B.S. in Recreation from Baylor University.
Personal Details and Community Involvement
Kim enjoys spending time with her husband and two German Shepherds, and participating a variety of outside activities, particularly kayaking, cycling and pickleball. She is also a big fan of Mizzou women’s basketball, volleyball and softball.
You can connect with Kim Siegenthaler on LinkedIn.