Identity Development; Equity; Anti-Racist Pedagogies; Heteronormativity in Language Education; Race, Equity, Language, and Literacy;

Lindsey's research explores student-centered educational experiences and liberatory teacher education pedagogy within language and literacy settings. Her work hopes to center queer of color epistemologies and critical research frameworks. She is committed to supporting communities in the fight for equity. At UMD, she served as a Research Assistant for Project RISE. She is currently a TA and instructor in TEPD and ALLE.

Lindsey holds a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the College of Wooster, as well as a Masters' degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She has worked as a middle school inclusion teacher and teacher mentor for more than 7 years.

When she is not curled up with a book, you can find her baking or spending time with her family. 


EDTR 514: Critical Educational Linguistics in PK-12 Settings (GU)

TLPL 788Q Teacher Education and Professional Development Seminar

TLPL 446: Language Variation and Multilingualism in Elementary Classrooms