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Rachel Elvira Molko

61 Crescent Ave 
Boston, Massachusetts 02125 
(954) 696-7244 


Ph.D. Student, English – Graduation: Spring 2023
Concentration: Writing and Rhetoric


M.A. Rhetoric and Composition – Graduation: Summer 2018
Thesis: Rewriting Patriarchal Norms in Academia: Invitational Rhetoric in a
Crowdsourced Survey
Committee: Chair – Dr. Stephanie Wheeler; Readers – Dr. Angela Rounsaville
and Dr. Natasha Jones


B.A. English—Editing, Writing, and Media - Graduation: Spring 2015
Minors: Film Studies and Business
Business student at The Florida State University: London, Summer of 2014
Garnet and Gold Scholar Society


Critical feminist rhetorics, critical race theory, visual culture, identity and trauma, popular


Editorial Assistant, ​Signs ​Journal of Women in Culture and Society, ​Fall 2019-Spring 2020
Northeastern University, ​Boston, MA.

Research Assistant to Professor Carla Kaplan, Department of English, ​Fall 2019-Summer 2020
Northeastern University, ​Boston, MA.

Part-Time Lecturer, Department of English, ​Summer 2019

Northeastern University, ​Boston, MA.

Teaching Assistant to Professor Suzanna Walters, Department of Sociology, ​Spring 2019

Northeastern University, ​Boston, MA.

Fellow, NULab Center for Digital Humanities, ​Fall 2018

Northeastern University, ​Boston, MA.

Instructor of Record, Department of Writing and Rhetoric, ​August 2016-May 2018

University of Central Florida, ​Orlando, FL.

Graduate Writing Consultant, University Writing Center, ​August 2015-May 2016

University of Central Florida, ​Orlando, FL.


Teaching Network Grant, $500, Northeastern University, ​Spring 2019

Ph.D. Network Travel Grant, $686.08, Northeastern University, ​Spring 2019

Stipend Graduate Assistantship, Northeastern University, ​Fall 2018-Spring 2023

Graduate Student Excellence Award, $250, University of Central Florida, ​Spring​ ​2018

Travel Enrichment Grant, $500 each, University of Central Florida, Spring ​2016, 2017, and 2018

Delores A. Auzenne Fellowship, $3,000, University of Central Florida, ​August​ ​2016-May 2017

Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Central Florida, ​August 2015-May 2018

Bright Futures Scholarship Recipient, Florida State University, ​Summer 2011-Spring 2015


“Identity Performance in Composition Classrooms: Opening the Door for Code

Meshing,” Conference on College Composition and Communication 2019, Pittsburgh,

“Hegemony Barbie 2017,” International Women's Issues Conference 2018, Orlando, FL.

“Tomi Lahren: White Power Barbie,”​ ​HASTAC 2017, Orlando, FL.

“Joan Didion: A Third-Wave Feminist​,​”​ ​Agents and Agency: Sixth Annual UCF English
Symposium 2017, Orlando, FL.

“Spoken Word Poetry: Literacy as Black Property,” Cultural Rhetorics Conference 2016, East
Lansing, MI.



ENG3302: ​Advanced Writing in the Technical Professions​ - One Section
In this course, students practice and reflect on writing in professional, public, and
academic genres, such as technical reports, progress reports, proposals,
instructions, presentations, and technical reviews, relevant to technical
professions and individual student goals. In a workshop setting, students evaluate
a wide variety of sources and develop expertise in audience analysis, critical
research, peer review, and revision.

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA - Department of Writing and Rhetoric

ENC1102: ​Composition II: Situated Inquiry of Writing & Rhetoric​ - Five Sections
This course features a focus on extensive research in analytical and argumentative
writing based on a variety of readings from the humanities. Emphasis on
developing critical thinking and diversity of perspective. In addition to generating
new knowledge, the research process also provides opportunities for students to
interrogate and revise their own conceptions of writing and research.

ENC1101:​ Composition I​ - Three sections

In underscoring effective communication and critical thinking through writing,
ENC 1101 develops students’ knowledge of what writing is and how it functions
in the world. By examining writing and rhetorical theory as an object of study,
this course invites students to understand their writing as situated within
academic, professional, civic, and personal contexts. Students are also asked to
consider their identities and abilities as writers across these settings, particularly
at the intersections of gender, race, and class.


Board Member, English Graduate Student Wellness Committee, Northeastern

University, ​2019-2020 Academic Year

Representative of the English Graduate Student Wellness Committee, English Graduate Student
Association, Northeastern University, ​2019-2020 Academic Year

Moderator, Feminist Resistance and Activism Panel, English Graduate Student

Association Conference Committee, ​Spring 2019

Moderator, Dr. James Chase Sanchez Screening and Q&A of ​Man on Fire,​ English
Graduate Student Association Conference Committee, ​Spring 2019

Coordinator, Writing and Rhetoric Group, Northeastern University, ​Spring 2019

Member, English Graduate Student Association Conference Planning Committee,

Northeastern University, ​2018-2019 Academic Year
Member, The Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and
Sexuality Graduate Student Conference Planning Committee, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, ​2018-2019 Academic Year

Representative of the First-Year Cohort, English Graduate Student Association, Northeastern

University, ​2018-2019 Academic Year

Member, Department of Writing and Rhetoric Awards Committee, University

of Central Florida, ​Spring 2018

Member, Department of Writing and Rhetoric First-Year Composition Portfolio

Assessment Committee, University of Central Florida, ​January 2017

Representative of the College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Student Association

Advisory Board, University of Central Florida, Spring ​2015- Fall 2016

Assistant Editor, ​Art Scene Zine​, Florida State University, 2015

Staff Writer, ​Art Scene Zine,​ Florida State University, 2014

Staff Writer​, The Odyssey​, Florida State University, 2012


Global Pathways Undergraduate Certification Program, Florida State University, ​May 2015
Certificate Theme: Human Rights
Certification candidates work to prepare for global citizenship by tailoring
activities for intercultural competence. Requirements include: Four courses
pertaining to selected theme, foreign language study, international experience
such as studying abroad, attending eight intercultural events, and creating a
synthesis reflection project.

Ethical and Legal Issues in Teaching Series by Nancy Stanlick Ph. D., University of Central
Florida, N​ovember 2016

Ethics: Personal Integrity as a Graduate Student Series by Nancy Stanlick

Ph.D., University of Central Florida, ​October 2016


Be Latina, ​Freelance
Content Creator, January 2019-present
“Are Celebrities the New Political Influencers?” March 2019
“A Love Letter (in GIFs) to Being Single on Valentine's Day,” February 2019

“From Dumplin’ to Shrill: Body Positivity Goes to Hollywood,” January 2019

Copy Editor, ​Orlando, FL.

January 2016-Present
Social Writing / Social Media: Publics, Presentations, and Pedagogy​ By
Stephanie Vie and Douglas Walls
Can I Get an Amen? Central Florida Black Pastors’ Perceptions of the
Impact of the Black Church in the Black Community​ By Jeffrey A.

State of Florida, ​Orlando, FL.

Licensed Notary Public. July 2016-Present
Licensed to officiate legal formalities such as contracts, deeds, and
marriage ceremonies.

Department of Writing and Rhetoric, University of Central Florida, ​Orlando, FL.

Receptionist, May 2016-August 2016
Performed administrative tasks such as answering phones, directing
visitors, managing the advising schedule, and organizing shared

University Writing Center, University of Central Florida, ​Orlando, FL.

Receptionist, August 2015-May 2016
Greeted and informed potential and existing clients on the services of the writing
center; handled phone calls and appointments; managed data software: TutorTrac.

Torchlight Center of Florida State University, Red Hills Releasing Co., ​Tallahassee, FL.
Marketing Intern, January 2014-April 2014
Contributed to social media marketing, outreach, and promotion for independent
films, as well as negotiated with independent film distribution studios.

Florida State Congress, Senate, ​Tallahassee, FL.

Senate Intern, January 2012-April 2012
Shadowed Senator Jeremy Ring during meetings with public interest groups as
well as committee meetings; compiled research and edited bills; general office
assistance and reception.


English and Spanish—native fluency (speaking, reading, writing)

Rhetoric Society of America at UCF (RSA), Sigma Tau Delta (STD), Sigma Delta Tau (SDT)