Emily Luther has been teaching writing and English courses to diverse student populations since 2000. She has taught courses in academic and technical writing, literature, and grammar, and she often works as a one-on-one writing support consultant for beginning and advanced writers. She has designed, implemented, and facilitated courses and workshops for students and colleagues at Syracuse University, Onondaga Community College, and Lemoyne College, and for local high schools in Syracuse, New York and Reno, Nevada. Throughout her career, Emily has held a long-term commitment to developing educational opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds and economic status, including refugees, international students, part-time students, and first-generation college students. She is also a faculty visitor for Syracuse University Project Advance, a program that hosts SU classes on high school campuses nationwide. She holds a master’s degree in English and a graduate certificate in Women’s and Gender studies from Syracuse University, and a bachelor’s degree in Secondary English Education from SUNY Fredonia. In addition to her teaching career, Emily is a writer and artist pursuing an entrepreneurial project that integrates art, education, and holistic healing for children. She lives in Southern New Jersey with her husband and three children.