Dr. Jennifer Love

Supervisor of Language Access and Engagement, Prince George's County Public Schools (MD)
Dr. Jennifer Love

Dr. Jennifer Love oversees language access services in Prince George's County Public Schools, Maryland. In this interview with Colorín Colorado, she discusses what school districts need to know about increasing and expanding language access for multilingual families, as well as what language access looks like during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can see more in this article Dr. Love co-authored with Laura Gardner from Immigrant Connections:

Biography

Jennifer Love, Ed.D., is Supervisor of Language Access and Engagement in Prince George's County Public Schools, Maryland. She has dedicated her career to education and engagement equity, elevating effective practices in language access and English learner family engagement. Dr. Love is also the former president of the Maryland ELL Family Involvement Network (MELLFIN). She has also developed a language access framework to support schools and school districts in creating meaningful and sustainable language access programs. Dr. Love holds a Doctorate of Education in Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Educational Leadership in Special Education, earned as part of a grant cohort of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education. She also has a Master's degree in Foreign Language Education from Wake Forest University, where she also obtained her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and Spanish.