Kori Mahieu


Education & Activity Administrator, Iowa LTAP






InTrans, Iowa LTAP

About Kori

Ms. Kori Mahieu is the education and activity administrator for the Iowa Local Technical Assistance Program. She provides event coordination as well as administrative support. Ms. Mahieu provides support to Iowa LTAP staff with the coordination of events and workshops and in the delivery of transportation training and outreach efforts to local agency officials.


  • BS, Rasmussen University, Bloomington, MN, 2021
  • AA, Marshalltown Community College, Marshalltown, IA, 2010

Professional Experience

  • Education & Activity Administrator, Iowa Local Technical Assistance Program, Institute for Transportation, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 2022–present
    • Provides event coordination and administrative support to the program
    • Supports the coordination of events and workshops
  • Education Manager, Iowa Funeral Directors Association, West Des Moines, IA, 2021–2022
    • Continually adapted and improved upon educational program materials to provide value for association members
    • Ensured that educational offerings meet state licensure requirements, standards of professionalism, and identified educational goals
    • Planned and executed educational opportunities, including annual OSHA training, webinars, and statewide district meetings
    • Worked effectively with team to successfully communicate and promote educational offerings
    • Created and maintained practical recordkeeping systems for recording attendees, profit/loss statements, and other useful records
    • Answered member questions, fulfill member requests, and work with the IFDA team to complete day-to-day operations of the office
    • Led planning for IFDA’s annual convention by selecting speakers, securing sponsorships, organizing exhibitors, and managing registration for 500+ attendees
  • Assistant Director, Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Des Moines, IA, 2018–2020
    • Managed a team of 10+ staff members, including scheduling, performance reviews, and mentoring
    • Reviewed and assessed curriculum and classroom experiences to ensure they meet program standards
    • Developed employees through regular trainings to ensure they meet state, federal, and company guidelines
    • Ensured compliance with licensing regulations
    • Communicated and followed up with families and staff regarding child care issues and concerns
    • Monitored financial performance as well as maintained accurate and current financial records
    • Attracted new clients and maintain relationships with existing clients
  • Lead Teacher, Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Ames, IA, 2011–2018
    • Provided high-quality care and educational experiences for children
    • Created weekly lesson plans that reflect The World at Their Fingertips curriculum
    • Acted in accordance with licensing regulations
    • Taught children through hands-on experiences and play
    • Maintained open and cooperative relationships with clients and team members
    • Completed developmental documentation and conferences using Teaching Strategies GOLD