Holly Hinderlie, Ph.D.
Holly Hinderlie has been a licensed psychologist since 2000. She is currently the Upper School Psychologist at the Holton-Arms School. Prior to this role, Dr. Hinderlie was the Wellness Coordinator at Choate Rosemary Hall. For over a decade, Dr. Hinderlie served as Director of Counseling at Maret School in Washington, DC. where she was a founding member and co-chair of the Committee on Equity and Inclusion. Dr. Hinderlie’s passion for helping young people develop a healthy self-concept, thriving relationships, and a deeper understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion is the driving force behind her work with students and school communities.
During her twelve-year tenure at Maret School, Dr. Hinderlie spearheaded efforts to meet the mental health needs of students in grades K-12 and was instrumental in creating programs for students, parents, faculty, alumni and trustees that moved the dial in the area of equity and inclusion. Recognizing that the school’s model for professional development on the topic of equity and inclusion was not having the desired impact,
Dr. Hinderlie (along with her colleague Eliza Alexander) created a week-long, intensive professional development program entitled Deepening the Discussion About Race in 2012. Dr. Hinderlie served as a the lead facilitator of the program over the past six years. Deepening has been shared as a model for independent schools at local and national conferences and through consultation with other institutions.
Keith Hinderlie, Ph.D.
Keith Hinderlie, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and educator with over 20 years of experience working with adults, youth and families in a variety of settings. His professional background includes a unique combination of knowledge about psychology, personal development, education, leadership, and cultural diversity.
Dr. Hinderlie has presented workshops across the country on diversity, inclusion, multicultural competence, and the social/emotional experiences of children. He has extensive experience working with African American and Multiracial youth.
Dr. Hinderlie served as Director of Programs for the SEED Foundation and helped develop a public boarding school model that is at the core of SEED Schools of Maryland, Miami and Washington, DC.
Most recently, Dr. Hinderlie was the inaugural Director of Equity and Inclusion at Choate Rosemary Hall. In this role, Dr. Hinderlie implemented a best practice program model that has established Choate as a leader in inclusive programming.