MA, Applied Linguistics and ESL, Georgia State University, 2007
Diana Wrenn Rapp serves as the Assistant Director of the Atlanta Global Studies Center, a Title VI National Resource Center. In this role, Ms. Wrenn Rapp coordinates and communicates with a growing network of university and community partners who work together on projects and programs that expand language learning and international cooperation in the Atlanta region. In addition, she manages the prestigious FLAS Fellowship Program for graduate and undergraduate students at GSU interested in advanced language learning and global area studies. Before joining the Atlanta Global Studies Center in 2019, Diana taught English as a Second Language to international college students for over 10 years, mentored and trained new teachers, directed special programs, and organized events. Diana’s professional goal is to help build a strong and dynamic global institute in Atlanta that fosters international and intercultural awareness and engagement in students, faculty and the public. In her free time, Diana likes to explore Georgia’s many natural parks and trails.