Joselyn Schultz Lewis is an educator, facilitator, and educational developer focused on inclusive and equity-focused teaching and learning. As the Director of Inclusive Pedagogy, she works with faculty, graduate students, departments, and programs on inclusive pedagogies, pedagogical and curricular innovation, facilitating difficult discussions, and designing approaches to well-being and whole student learning. Her passion for teaching and learning began in her early professional experiences as a K-12 educator for English Language Learners in multicultural and multilingual schools.

At CNDLS, Joselyn is the co-lead for the Engelhard Project for Connecting Life and Learning, an innovative Georgetown program for integrating student well-being issues into academic contexts. She also co-leads the university’s Learning, Equity, Access, and Pedagogy (LEAP) Initiative, a whole-institution approach to strengthening inclusive pedagogical practices. Her research interests include the impact of pedagogical interventions on student learning, facilitation of experiential and practice-based learning, trauma-informed pedagogy, and sustainable educational development practices.

Joselyn earned her M.A. in Communication, Culture, and Technology from Georgetown University and also holds a B.A. in Religious Studies from Davidson College. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Social Work, Clinical Practice from Boston University School of Social Work. Beyond her work in higher ed, Joselyn loves time and adventures with her family—on hikes, on bikes, in the garden, traveling and exploring, doing creative projects, and trying new recipes together.