Lulama Moyo, M.A.

Office Address: 
268 Geddes Hall
Assistant Director, Community-Engaged Learning Program

Lulama Moyo is the Assistant Director of the Community-Engaged Learning Program for the Center for Social Concerns. She works to cultivate opportunities and audiences for sustained community-engaged learning. Lulama develops and implements programming for interns and scholars. She also mentors students in initiatives that enact Catholic social teaching through community engagement and supports the advancement of the CERTL practices. In this position, Lulama works collaboratively with colleagues in the center, across campus units, and with off campus community partners, locally, regionally and internationally.

Lulama received her Bachelors of the Arts in International Development and Social Change and her Master’s Degree in Community Development and Planning from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Her passion is in global education and policy, as well as concerns facing Africans in the diaspora. Lulama’s research has included examining the implications of the lack of representation in children’s literature on the achievement gap for African immigrant learners in the United States. Lulama also has vast experience in youth work and creative arts community advocacy in the United States and in Southern Africa.

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Engaged Learning Forum | Beyond Sanctuary
Thursday, July 8, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:15pm

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