Donna Albrecht has taught and administered in local and international PK-12 and university settings for 25 years. She has taught ESL and social studies, and has designed and administered ESL programs in Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and in Indiana. Before joining AU, Donna was the intermediate school principal at the International School of Indiana. In her current role, Donna directs and teaches in the English Language Teaching program and conducts Professional Learning Community groups focusing on culturally and linguistically diverse students in Madison, Hamilton, and Marion county schools. Donna has an Ed.S. degree from Ball State University in school superintendency; a M.A. in teaching English as a foreign (second) language from The American University in Cairo, Egypt; and a B.A. from Anderson University in political science and economics. Donna is licensed as a superintendent, building level administrator, and teacher (ESL PK-12 and social studies 5-12) in Indiana.
Donna Albrecht has been at Anderson University since 2009.
Director, English as a New Language Program
Assistant Professor of Education
B.A., Anderson University
M.A., American University in Cairo
Ed.S., Ed.D. Studies, Ball State University