Nina-Louise Alsbrook-Jackson

Mask at the PCCC Theater



Nina-Louise Alsbrook-Jackson is an inaugural Gates Millennium Scholar who began her career at Passaic County Community College at age 24 as a Diversity Fellow.  Currently, she is a Writing Skills I Level Leader, serving in this capacity for five years.  Professor Alsbrook-Jackson teaches courses which include, but are not limited to, Writing Skills I and II, Introduction to Literature, and African American Literature.  She is also currently a member of the Curriculum, Judicial Affairs, and Student Success Committees.

Concurrently, Professor Alsbrook-Jackson is a published journalist, formerly of the Staten Island Advance, and is known as an award-winning keynote speaker and spoken word artist. She has facilitated events for many institutions, including William Paterson University, Bloomfield College, and Passaic County Community College. Her honors include Sigma Gamma Rho’s Women of Distinction Awards and AESNJ (Alliance of EOF Students of New Jersey) Woman of Distinction.

Assistant Professor, 2005
B.A., M.A.  St. John's University