Colleen Colby received a B.A. from SUNY Geneseo, a J.D. from the University at Buffalo School of Law and an M.F.A. from UNCG. During her studies she was on international moot court teams, the law review, and was a recipient of the Dean’s Public Interest and Fred Chappell Writing Fellowship. She studied human rights, international law, effective communication, and creative writing. She also participated in a study abroad program in East Asia. Prior to her work in academia, Colleen served as an Assistant County Attorney in New York. At Greensboro College Colleen has taught Composition, Comparative Literature, Business Communication, Grammar & Usage, Family Law, Business Law and Honors and organizes writing, speaking and media consultations and communication-related programming at the Global Communication Center.