Lesli Rambin serves as an academic advisor in the Pan-American Life Student Success Center at Loyola University New Orleans, where she is also an adjunct instructor. She earned a BA in English from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2006, a MA in English with a concentration in creative writing from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2008, and a Master of Arts in Teaching with a concentration in secondary education from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2011.
Lesli began her career in education as a high school English teacher before joining the faculty at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where she spent five years as an English Instructor. While at ULM, she created and hosted a radio show that focused on Northeast Louisiana blues music and history in partnership with the local NPR affiliate. Most recently, she worked for the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.
In addition to education, Lesli’s primary interests include ethnography, folklore, creative writing, and seeking out the best live music this city has to offer.
M.A.T., University of Louisiana at Monroe (2011); M.A., English, Creative Writing Concentration, University of Louisiana at Lafayette (2008), B.A., English, University of Louisiana at Monroe (2006)
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