Anne Hofmann is a mom of two and the Chair of the English department and an Associate Professor at Frederick Community College where she teaches writing-intensive courses centering the construction of gender, race, and class in America. Her teaching career spans two decades and three states in K-12 through university classroom settings. Her research explores the gendered intersections of motherhood, race, and the labor politics of public education access. She holds a BA in English from Miami University, an MEd in Curriculum and Instruction from The George Washington University, and an MA in English from The University of Texas at San Antonio. She is currently a doctoral candidate in American Studies at The University of Maryland, College Park studying histories of exclusion and resistance in higher education. Anne has been recognized as a national leader in student-parent education & has earned both the FCC Michael D. Boyd Memorial Faculty Award & the Dr. Carol Eaton Innovation Award.
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