Lana Rotellini, MEd
Faculty Advisor, Liberal Studies
Lana is currently the Chair of Literature & Creative Writing and Teaching Faculty at Antioch University Midwest, a course designer and adjunct for Antioch University Connected, an online Professor for the Tennessee Board of Regents, and an online editor for SynaptIQ–the think tank for social era knowledge.
She served as an intern at the State Department Bureau of Cultural Affairs where she worked with Fulbright Scholars and 144 embassies. As a Loaned Executive to the United Way, she raised over two million dollars for health and human services. As a member of Phi Theta Kappa and an Honors scholar, she won the All USA Today Academic First Team, where she traveled to Washington, D.C. and spoke before the USA Today staff and college presidents on behalf of the entire First, Second, and Third team scholars.
She is a Grand Reserve equestrian rider and a Telly Award-winning scriptwriter. She loves reading and writing in the woods, traveling to author sites, remodeling houses, and is a joyous lifelong learner.
Lana Rotellini holds a Master of Education degree and a BA in Humanities from Antioch University McGregor.