Ludy is a senior professorial lecturer at the Department or World Languages and Cultures. Her teaching focuses on Latin American studies of Culture, Latinx populations in the DMV, as well as Spanish language. For her courses, she does research on labor, migration, immigrant labor, and cultural studies as practiced in Latin American. As for her connection with the community, for several years she collaborated with the Latin American day laborer community in DC. Alongside Trabajadores Unidos of Washington, DC, she brought day laborers to AU and AU students to the community. Together they completed several interesting projects. She has focused on a community-based approach in several of her courses. Ludy has been a Humanities Truck Fellow three times!