Bojana Coulibaly is the African Language Program Manager at Harvard. She taught African literary and cultural studies at Harvard, Rutgers, Gaston Berger University, and the University of Orléans, and was a Fulbright recipient in Comparative Literature at Gaston Berger University. She holds a PhD in African Studies from the University of Orleans-Tours. Her work focuses on publishing in African languages, African languages acquisition, and the promotion of African languages in education and the African public space. Dr. Coulibaly is the managing editor of EJO Editions, a publishing house specializing in literature written in Wolof and other Senegalese national languages founded by Boubacar Boris Diop.