Biography"I love learning about each person: their experiences, their frustrations, and their triumphs."
Aimée Garten is an instructor of English in the College of Liberal Arts at Ashford University. She is currently a PsyD candidate in Educational Leadership at University of the Rockies. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing (Nonfiction) from National University, a BA in Theatre Arts from University of Southern California, and has also studied Teacher Education at San Diego State University and Interior Design/Architecture at the Art Institute and across Europe. Garten began at Ashford as an Instructional Specialist in 2010 before beginning to teach as associate/adjunct faculty and now as a full time faculty member. Her professional experience includes teaching K-12 in public school systems; working as a professional contract performer and master sound technical in theatre, film, and television; teaching dance; working as a historic house museum curator and program director; and working as a technical writer. She has served as Vice President of a nonprofit scholarship association since 2007. “I am passionate about getting to know my students. I love learning about each person: their experiences, their frustrations, and their triumphs. It’s a thrill to help students build an individual plan for success early in their college career. Ashford’s unique adult population is diverse, hard-working, and deserves nothing less than our full support.” Garten lives in Southern California with her rescued dogs and continues to write professionally, play guitar, paint, choreograph, restore antique furniture, and volunteer for the USO and local historic societies.