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Mexico Site Director and Global Faculty
Ann is passionate about community-based experiential learning and has had the good fortune of designing, implementing and teaching community-based, experiential courses in Mexico for Augsburg’s CGEE since 1993. Her scholarship is in the areas of gender, religion (feminist and liberation theologies), and intercultural communication. She has published articles in scholarly journals ranging from Frontiers and Transformations to Lutheran Pedagogy for a Global Context and the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion. She has also facilitated dozens of workshops on intercultural learning through study abroad at conferences of the American Association of Colleges & Universities, CIEE, the Forum on Education Abroad, NAFSA, the National Association of Experiential Education, and the Society for Intercultural Education, Training, & Research (SIETAR), among others. Ann earned her doctorate at the San Francisco Theological Seminary (U.C.-Berkeley), her M.Div. at Yale, and her B.A. at Earlham College. She also completed a certificate program in Intercultural Communication and later became a Qualified Administrator of the IDI, which she uses regularly in her teaching and research. Ann is a dual citizen of Mexico and the United States. She loves dogs, hiking, reading, traveling, and social activism.