SUNSHINE STATE TESOL OF FLORIDA
Andrea Enikő Lypka
Social Media Manager
Andrea is an EAP/ESP adjunct instructor and a program manager. She has earned her Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Instructional Technology from the University of South Florida. She currently serves as Publications Chair of the Florida Educational research Association and Past-President of the Intercultural Interest Section TESOL. Her research interests include community-based visual methods, technology, Latinx indigenous English language learners, and identity. She can be reached at email@example.com
Jennifer Killam is an Assistant Professor of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) at Broward College, where she also serves as a Program Coordinator for the EAP discipline. She is the founder and past president of Broward TESOL and is a doctoral candidate in English Composition and Applied Linguistics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Her scholarship focuses on multilingual writers and the ways in which language ideologies interact with teaching and learning in linguistically diverse contexts.
Dr. Habib has been teaching courses related to TESOL at the University of West Florida since 2001. Her research interests focus on topics related to teacher preparation and culturally and linguistically diverse learners. She is the president of the Emerald Coast TESOL chapter of SSTESOL. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
SSTESOL Journal Editor
Dr. Tony Erben is an Associate Professor of Education (ESOL & Foreign Language Education) at the University of Tampa. Currently he is Chair of the Department of Education and the Director of the ESOL Endorsement program. He has published widely in the area of second language education.
Carla Huck is a doctoral candidate and researcher at Florida Gulf Coast University and a faculty adjunct in the College of Education. She is the founder and president of SWFL TESOL. Her research focuses on equitable policies and practices for K12 multilingual learners and intercultural competence. She can be reached at email@example.com
Dr. Zhou is Professor of ESOL in the College of Education and Director of the Center for the Study of Race, Gender, Ethnicity, and Culture at Florida Gulf Coast University. She is Professor Emerita at Oklahoma City University. Dr. Zhou holds a Ph.D. in Second Language Education from the University of Toronto. Her teaching and research focus on second language reading and writing, pedagogical grammar, EAP, discourse analysis, vocabulary teaching and learning, and qualitative research methods.
Dr. Crevecoeur Bryant is an Associate Professor and ESOL Coordinator at Flagler College. She has an EdD in Applied Linguistics with an emphasis in Bilingual/Bicultural Education. She coauthored two books: Educating English Learners: What every classroom teacher needs to know and Show, Tell, Build: 20 Key Instructional Tools and Techniques for English Learners. She is a member of NEF TESOL and serves as Past President of Florida Association for Bilingual Education. Dr. Crevecoeur Bryant is the General Director of OAKA (Oganizasyon Agrikilti Kominote AlfaTeknik/Haiti) (Organization, Agriculture, Community and Literacy).
Member at Large
Eric Letourneaux earned an M.A. TESOL in France, an M.A. in French from Miami University of Ohio, and an M.S. in Landscape Architecture from the University of Michigan. He has taught ESL and French at the college level for 18 years combined. He works at Valencia College in Orlando as the Intensive English Program Assistant Director.