Nelressa Stallings-Faye


Telephone: 0019078992094 

College: College of Social Sciences and International Studies
Discipline: Education
Department: TESOL
Research Centre/Unit: St. Luke's Campus/ Researcher Development and Research Culture

EdD candidate in TESOL with a BA, MA, TESOL/TEFL/TOEFL. US-certified and licensed K-12 educator, Cambridge certified lecturer, international administrative coordinator and research student from the University of Exeter.

My research area is in diversification and social justice in education. This offers opportunities to broaden my experiential framework in curriculum design while enhancing the lives of learners through holistic enriching education. Also, I work as a teacher empowerment advocate by offering supportive training along with harvesting excellent teamwork and distributed leadership skills. Currently, I am an active member of TESOL and The University Arctic Thematic Network Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity in collaboration with UNITWIN/UNESCO Network where members work together to solve global issues with openness and humanistic approaches.

In addition, I currently work with the indigenous Yu'pik tribes in northern Alaska as a licensed educator and ESOL specialist. 

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