Lindsey Albracht is a doctoral candidate in the English program at the Graduate Center, CUNY. She specializes in Writing Studies.
Her research examines how community-engaged faculty education supports the development of anti-oppressive and race-conscious translingual pedagogical approaches. She also has an extensive background in teaching faculty about how to incorporate educational technology into their practice in ethical, active, and student-centered ways.
In addition to working as a Teaching and Learning Fellow at Macaulay, Lindsey also works as a consultant in the Columbia University School of Social Work Writing Center. She formerly taught writing and literature at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Duquesne University. Lindsey has also worked at Baruch College’s Center for Teaching and Learning as a Digital Pedagogy Specialist, as the Director of Studies at International House New York, as a Cambridge English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) teacher educator, and as an ESL teacher.