Keri L. Rodgers earned her BA in Spanish from Cornell University and began her career as a New York City Teaching Fellow in the South Bronx. She is a doctoral teaching fellow and PhD candidate at Ball State University in educational studies, specializing in curriculum with cognates in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies (CEPS) and Educational Technology. She has been recognized for her teaching and leadership, receiving the 2017 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award from the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). Keri’s research interests include the intersectionalities of curriculum theory and democratic education, disability studies and global education, educational equity and multicultural education, and humanistic uses of learning spaces and technology in teacher education. Her dissertation, Co-facilitation in the Preservice Teacher Classroom: A Mixed Methods Hermeneutical Inquiry, explores the impact of the co-facilitation model she has created and implemented for preservice teachers.