**Update re: online teaching: When higher education was faced with the sudden transition to online learning, I developed multiple platforms and resources for those new to such work. Highlighted here are the resources in case anyone is still struggling or looking for ideas: jumping into online teaching, a compilation of resources for online teaching. and join us over at the Higher Ed Learning Collective along with 36,000 members from across 99 countries. If you have sources to suggest, please reach out.**
Here’s a formal introduction that provides a bit of an overview of my work
Anna S. CohenMiller is an internationally recognized qualitative methodologist and award-winning educational leader focused on equity and inclusion in higher education. Specializing in arts-based methods to amplify the voice of historically marginalized communities. Successful at managing international, interdisciplinary teams, with an emphasis on compassion and transformational learning to build educational and research capacity in Kazakhstan and internationally. Successful at grant funding, providing curriculum design and implementation from early childhood education through graduate level, as well as spearheading cutting-edge scholarship connecting students, schools, research, and communities.
Broadly, Dr. CohenMiller focuses on solving issues of gender equity in education and the workplace and on innovating teaching to facilitate learning across the educational spectrum. Currently, Dr. CohenMiller works as one of the founding cohorts of the Graduate School of Education at Nazarbayev University and is the Co-Founding Director of The Consortium of Gender Scholars (Kazakhstan).
Dr. CohenMiller is committed to developing international networks to build collaboration to bring awareness and solve complex social problems. As such, she has developed interdisciplinary, international initiatives such as The Motherscholar Project (Founding Director), Photovoice: Motherscholars during quarantine, The Consortium of Gender Scholars (Co-Founding Director) and Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy (Co-Founder, Editor-in-Chief).