Jenn Wolfe, Ed.D., Director and Primary Investigator: Jenn has her Educational Doctorate from the University of Southern California in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Teacher Education in Multicultural Societies. She is now an Assistant Professor of Secondary Education at Cal State Northridge, the English Subject Coordinator, and is a former high school English and middle school English teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Kathleen Dudden Rowlands Ph.D., Co-Director: A Professor in the Department of Secondary Education at California State University, Northridge, Kathleen was a classroom teacher (grades 7-12) for 20 years. She has a doctorate in Composition from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is the author of Opening Texts: Using Writing to Teach Literature (Heinemann 1990 published under her former last name "Andrasick") as well as a number of articles. She has more than 15 years of experience as Co-director of the Hawai`i Writing Project, and as Director or Co-director of fifteen summer institutes in Hawai`i (Honolulu and Maui), Houston, and American Samoa. She is closely affiliated with the Expository Reading and Writing Course for which she has led a number of training sessions (ERWC) throughout the greater Los Angeles area.
Pamela Holguin-Brown, M.A., Co-Director
Matthew Brown M.A., Co-Director: Matt earned his B.A from The Master’s University and has an M.A. in Secondary Education from California State University, Northridge. He taught junior high and high school English for 22 years and currently is an associate professor and the single subject coordinator in the School of Education at The Master’s University. Matt has presented at several conferences and has published articles in English Journal and California English.