Amy Cheung is a Lecturer in the Writing and Communication Center. Her research examines identity development and the relation of identity(ies) to the experience of education and civic inclusion. She has taught in courses and workshops on qualitative research methods, qualitative data analysis, and reflective professional practice. Previously, Amy served as a Co-chair and Editor of the Harvard Educational Review. She holds a B.A. in Sociology from Amherst College, M.Ed in International Educational Development and Graduate Certificate in TESOL from Boston University, and Ed.D in Culture, Communities, and Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Outside of the university, Amy is an advocate for Boston's Chinatown, having variously served as a non-profit professional, board member, and volunteer in the community.