Ms. Aly Bolton

Instructor, Learning Resources

With a masters degree in hand, Aly Bolton joined the Learning Resources Department in 2018.

Ms. Bolton received her undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature from Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.), where she rowed for the crew team, served as president of the Perpetual Motion Dance Organization, and was a writing tutor. During this time, she also studied abroad at Oxford University. Ms. Bolton made the Dean’s List every semester following her first and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Order of the Gown honor societies. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with Honors and presented her academic work in English at three separate conferences in the Southeast.

After college, Ms. Bolton was recruited by Teach for America, a national service corps of young professionals who commit to teaching for two years in under-resourced public schools. Ms. Bolton taught English as a Second Language for two years at Albemarle Road Elementary School in Charlotte and was most recently Media Specialist for John W. Dillard Elementary School in Madison, N.C. There, she coached the Battle of the Books team and taught information skills.

Ms. Bolton graduated in May 2018 from UNC-Greensboro with a masters degree in Library and Information (MLIS) and a concentration in K-12 school libraries. In her free time, Ms. Bolton enjoys hiking, reading, tea, CrossFit, and spending time with her cats, Chuck Norris and Luna.