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Holly Wehmeyer

IEP Instructor

Full-Time Faculty

Global and Intercultural Affairs Center


Email: Holly Wehmeyer
Phone: 937-229-1510
Rike 105


Holly joined UD’s Intensive English Program in 2020. Previously, she taught ESL in intensive language programs at the University of Arizona and the University at Albany (State University of New York). She also worked as a marketing coordinator for UAlbany’s ESL program. Before her teaching career, she worked for more than 15 years in marketing and communications in Chicago in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors. She was the national tax marketing writer for the 5th largest accounting firm in the United States (Grant Thornton LLP), and she worked as an editor in legal book publishing for the American Bar Association.

Degrees Held

M.A. TESOL, University of Arizona (2013)

CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults), Cambridge University at ELT Hub, Strasbourg (2011)

B.A. Literature & Communications, Benedictine University (1994)


  • CALT Report, production editor for quarterly newsletter, Classroom Assessment for Language Teaching Group (2017-2019)
  • “Self-Assessment Training in the ESL Classroom: A Crucial Step in Developing Learner Autonomy,” Arizona Working Papers in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, Vol. 23, 2016 (with Nicole Schmidt)
  • “Differentiating Your Firm Through Branding,” CPA Practice Management Forum, CCH, Dec. 2006 (with Jeff Scurry)
  • “Branding the Professional Services Firm,” Journal of Integrated Marketing Communications, Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), Nov. 2006 (with Jeff Scurry)

Professional Activities

Dayton Metro Library Volunteer, Talk Tables for New Americans (2019-present)