Giselle Lundy-Ponce

Giselle Lundy-Ponce has been working in the field of PreK-12 education policy, research and advocacy for the last twenty-seven years.  In her current role with the American Federation of Teachers she manages the educational rights and social justice initiatives and policy team and leads the AFT’s policy and professional development portfolio on English language learners, Native American students and Latino student achievement.  In 2004 she initiated the partnership with WETA’s Learning Media Department to develop Colorín Colorado.

To see more from Giselle, take a look at her expert interview, featured in our AFT project on community schools and ELLs.