As an Instructional Designer at CNDLS, Linda Lemus collaborates with Georgetown faculty, staff, and graduate assistants in the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of online courses. She has experience working with external entities such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
Linda has a Ph.D from the University of Arizona in Second Language Acquisition & Teaching, holds a Spanish Linguistics MA from the University of New Mexico and a Spanish BA from California State University, Fullerton. Her past work experience in higher education includes teaching, research, course/program creation, and project management. She has presented her research in various conferences, including topics of identity, language acquisition and use, program development, gaming and technology, and curriculum design. Through CNDLS she hopes to continue designing courses that provide students with the best possible learning experience and outcomes.