Trey Calvin is a believer in the power of human stories as a catalyst for positive change in the world.
Trey has a decade of communications experience developing strategic, crisis, and branding projects, overseeing narrative development and messaging for campaigns, nonprofits, and managing digital communications for advocacy campaigns. Trey has served in various senior communication positions on local, state, and national political campaigns, and most recently as a lobbyist for language education in Washington, DC.
Currently, Trey directs the day-to-day communications and marketing initiatives at the Center for Applied Linguistics, where he focuses on propelling the organization’s mission through compelling digital calls to action.
The Center for Applied Linguistics has been a part of the America’s Languages Working Group since its inception, and will continue to play an important role in shaping the conversation around language equity and access in this country.
CAL Provides Leadership and Support for $10 Million Grant to Break Down Barriers for Middle and High School English Learners
CAL staff and partners, including Trey Calvin, Maria Cieslak, Dr. Joel Gómez, and Dr. Diane August, have published actionable recommendations for states and districts educating English learners during the on-going pandemic as a part of their work on a new IES-funded research center.
The Center for Applied Linguistics presents to members of the House and Senate on issues pertaining to the state of K-12 English Language Learners in this country. Speakers will include Dr. Keira Ballantyne, Peggy McLeod, EdD, Gabriela Uro, and Dr. Eugene García. Invitation-only.
As many schools migrate to the cloud, some are considering a world where online learning is the new norm. Without thoughtful planning and action from policymakers, many will be left behind.