Dr. Holly W. Arnold teaches undergraduate and graduate teacher education courses in the field of TESOL at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, United States. She has been selected twice by the United States Department of State and Georgetown University to work as an English Language Specialist with international education endeavors. Along with that, she has worked in teacher training and professional development in both the public-school system and at the college level. Dr. Arnold’s professional experiences also include ESOL consulting services for school districts, advocacy, and authorship. Prior to her work at Kennesaw State University, Dr. Arnold taught middle grades ESOL and literacy courses through multiple delivery models and elementary education. Her academic interests and publications address: teacher education, support, and preparedness in culturally responsive pedagogy for linguistically and culturally diverse students; the achievement and experiences of English learners in the online learning environment; and English learners in innovative delivery models and classrooms. Dr. Arnold resides in Blairsville, Georgia with her husband, two children, and their family dogs.