Christina Terrell

Christina Terrell, MA

Christina Terrell, MA, is a Program Specialist on the Curriculum and Training team at the Center on Education and Training for Employment, where she provides content expertise in teaching English to Speakers of Languages (ESOL). She provides professional development opportunities and support for educators and families in K-12 and adult education. Christina designs, develops, and delivers training events that are in-person and online, including synchronous, asynchronous and blended learning.

Christina brings over 25 years of experience in ESOL and adult education to the Center on Education and Training for Employment. She has worked as an ESOL instructor, technology specialist, instructional designer, program administrator, and professional development specialist. She has been a national trainer for the Literacy Information and Communication System (LINCS) and the Center for Applied Linguistics. She served as President of the Ohio TESOL organization and on a variety of boards, committees and task forces at the national, state, and local levels supporting adult education and community services.

Christina holds a master’s degree in Teaching ESOL from the School for International Training and a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from the University of Cincinnati.