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Celine Greene

Senior Digital Teaching & Learning Strategist

As Senior Digital Teaching and Learning Strategist, Celine understands the demands learning and technology put on each other and sees the “big picture” effects made by small changes in either one. Joining CTL in the fall of 2015, she quickly developed connections across the university including her appointment as the Bloomberg School’s inaugural HUDL Ambassador in 2018, which she served for five years, and her nomination to the University's Diversity Leadership Council in 2022. The perspectives gained by these appointments, along with ongoing relationships with JHU Information Technologies and Hopkins Teaching and Learning Centers beyond the Bloomberg School, continue to strengthen her unique understanding of the synergies of learning and technology at BSPH.

Foremost, Celine assists individuals and teams with inclusive academic technology integration, while leading faculty toward innovative solutions and advocating for equal access to education and equal opportunities to succeed. Her work and leadership, including training faculty and staff, consciously considers principles of the UDL (universal design for learning) framework, JEDI (justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion), and the guidelines of accessibility throughout.

With a background as an Academic Integration and Information Technologies Specialist and Programmer Analyst, where she assisted in developing Section 508 compliant websites and databases for the federal government, she has several years' experience training educators as well as teaching mathematics and computer science at local higher education institutions. Celine holds a Masters in Education (focusing on educational technology) from Loyola College in Baltimore and a BA in Mathematics from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. In 2023, she earned the distinction of earning the CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies) credential, issued by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals.

Celine Greene
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