Mike Donlin is currently the Program Supervisor for the School Safety Center of the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in Olympia, WA.
He has taught at all levels and in different locations around the country and the world. He was with the Seattle Public Schools (SPS) for 30 years as a classroom teacher and program administrator, overseeing a variety of programs from ELL to technology, community technology, and bullying and harassment prevention and intervention. He oversaw the development of the widely recognized SPS Middle School Cyberbullying Curriculum and wrote a series of cyberbullying lessons for the Committee for Children’s Steps to Respect program. Mike is also one of the “experts” in the 2011 Patching & Hinduja book, Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives.
Mike was the 2008 recipient of the Spirit of Online Safety Leadership Award from Qwest Communications and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and was named one of Seattle’s Most Influential Consultants in 2010 by Seattle Magazine. Mike also presents regularly in local, regional, national and international settings.
Mike received his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from the University of Scranton (PA), and a master’s degree in linguistics from the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO.
He is married and has three adult children.