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Laila Abdalla, Ph.D.


Laila Abdalla, Ph.D., is a career coach and advocate for individuals on temporary state assistance. She taught college and graduate courses in English and writing for 20+ years. Abdalla devotes her teaching, leadership, and career to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Above all, she is committed to her clients' and students' complete experience, raising awareness of BIPOC issues in employment, language, community, and culture. She leads with equity in management and nonprofit volunteering and continues to develop her own understandings of these complex issues — both professionally and in her lived experiences.

Abdalla has her Ph.D. in English from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

Abdalla is a paid member of the Red Ventures Education Integrity Network.

  • Education: Ph.D., McGill University; MA, McGill University; BA, McGill University

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