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Prof. Sally Keely, M.S.

Professor of Mathematics
Combinatorial Topologist
Certified Online Educator
STEM eLearning Professional
Clark College, Vancouver WA

Mathematics SME (Calculus I)

Climate Science Activist
Founder, Web Developer Cascadia Climate Action Now
Team Lead, Researcher, Web Developer NoMethanol360

PDF icon. Curriculum Vitae (v.2020-12-28)
PDF icon. 1-pg Resume (v.2022-02-26)
PDF icon. Self-Evaluation
Clark College (v.2021-03-22)

My Statements:
Philosophy of Education
#JEDI Commitment
Personal Mission



(climate science)

Career Goals & Attributes

Currently looking for temporary part-time contract work as a mathematics SME and/or course reviewer starting in fall 2022.

  • Contagious enthusiasm and passion for STEM education
  • Served on variety of nonprofit boards related to environmental protection, consumer health advocacy, mathematics, and education (higher-ed and home-ed)
  • Dual citizen U.S. and Canada, living in WA state with strong family ties in B.C.
  • Meticulous attention to detail in writing and mathematics
  • Innovative, organized, flexible, self-disciplined, hard worker

Longterm looking to make a career transition from higher-ed teaching to working with an environmental organization using my talents, passion, and experience as a community climate scientist, researcher, or online content creator. Seeking remote position in an educational, organizational, professional, or technical capacity.

Professional Overview

Community Climate Scientist, Climate Science Educator and Activist, Science Communicator, Researcher, Writer, Content Creator, Website Designer and Developer.

  • Work for ecological justice and a sustainable future
  • Founded Cascadia Climate Action Now (Cascadia CAN) in 2021. Website designer and developer. Researcher. Content creator.
  • Five years serving as team lead, researcher, website developer, and webmaster for No Methanol 360 who had huge victory in 2021. Stopped foreign government-backed multinational big oil & gas corporation from building world's largest fracked fossil-gas to methanol refinery along the Columbia River thus prevented 182 MMT CO2e GHG emissions in southwest Washington.
  • Health advocate for persons exposed to diethylstilbestrol (DES) since 1993. Served on the Board of Directors of DES Action.

Tenured Professor of Mathematics at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. Mathematics Subject Matter Expert (SME) at Outlier and NextGenU.

  • 40 years teaching mathematics and developing curriculum
  • 23 yrs designing, writing, creating online content, and teaching online STEM courses
  • Taught 350 asynchronous online mathematics classes with students on every continent including Antarctica
  • Engaging teaching style in inclusive online classroom providing student-centered active learning experiences, interactive discussions, and real-world problem-solving opportunities
  • Active learning, guided inquiry, and inverted course expert
  • Innovative andragogy embracing technology and teamwork

Inverted ("flipped") my classroom and integrated collaborative active learning into my classes in the 1980's well before it became popular. Created the online mathematics program for Clark College and started teaching online in 1999. Developed curriculum and created online content for twelve different online mathematics courses including the first ever in the northwest fully online Calculus I-II-III for STEM. Mentored online faculty at Clark where (pre-pandemic) our department had taught over 1000 online mathematics classes.

Personal Information

Live in southwest WA state on five acres at 2000 feet overlooking the Columbia River with my husband and our Blue Heeler doggie. Adult daughter who we home-educated through to university via unique personalized ed-ventures. Eclectic lifelong learner who enjoys website design and development, coding, reading, board games, photography, hiking, camping, travel, and family. Vegetarian, H2O addict, avid walker "10K a Day".