Meet the team that makes it happen

We work to enhance the seminary experience by offering class resources, facilitating digital learning workshops, curating a process for developing digital content, and providing training and support for effective work.

Rev. Dr. Lindsey Trozzo (Jodrey)

Associate Director of Digital Learning​​


With the ODL, I value supporting teaching and learning that will make a real difference in the world. A teacher at heart, I strive to create spaces for reading the Bible authentically and purposefully in and beyond the classroom. I enjoy eating good food, playing board games, and walking our pups with my spouse, Deborah.

Kelsey Lambright​​

Digital Learning Designer​​​

Teaching theology and learning about God are my deepest passions. I also happen to enjoy tinkering with digital technology and imagining ways to more effectively teach theology in the 21st century. When I’m not teaching instructors how to build in Brightspace or knitting next to my sleeping cat, I’m dissertating about prophetic listening and imagining new models of ministry.

Thais Carter

Digital Program Support Coordinator​​

In a career that includes experience in journalism, marketing and higher education, the throughline is my commitment to content as continuing education. In the Office of Digital Learning, I see an opportunity to invest the attention and resources necessary to develop digital platforms and practices that can make education more accessible and engaging. 

Mary Kyner​​

Educational Technology Support Coordinator

With the ODL, I love imagining and making a reality the creative potential that digital learning can offer both in and out of the classroom.  Inclusivity and accessibility are important issues to me, especially in the realm of digital learning and resources.  I love cooking, playing board games, watching movies, and cuddling with my pets.

Student Staff​

The Office of Digital Learning is staffed by graduate students at Princeton Seminary. Our staff members include teachers, pastors, designers, photographers, doctoral scholars, and others.​​

Alyssa Evans

Course Design Assistant and Grant Support

I recently completed my PhD in the History of Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary. The experience I bring to this office includes working on several collaborative Digital History projects, and I am excited to be able to continue supporting the Seminary’s faculty and students in digital learning this year.

Charles Guth III​

Course Design Assistant and Certificate Support

Emily Zinsitz​

Peer Support Team Member

Chelsea Williams

Lead Course Design Assistant and Support Coordinator

Alisa Unell​

Peer Support Team Member and Continuing Education Editor

Shehan Rodrigo

Graphic Designer and Peer Support Team Member

Creative Designer with agency, freelance, and higher education branding, marketing, and advertising experience.

Our student staff represent a variety of expertise and would love to help you explore anything and everything from online writing tools to design. Once you know who you’d like to work with, book an appointment.

Questions? Please get in touch

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