Rachel Brill-Lee, EdD

Rachel Brill-Lee, EdD (no photo)

Adjunct Professor

School of Education

Academic Credentials

EdD, University of New England; MEd, Marymount University; BA, George Mason University; Virginia teaching licensure in CTE


Dr. Rachel Brill-Lee is an adjunct professor at Marymount University teaching undergraduate and graduate science and math methodologies to educators. In addition to teaching at Marymount, she is also a Lead Faculty Doctoral Mentor and a middle school CTE/STEM in a Virginia public school. Dr. Brill-Lee earned a BA in History from George Mason University, and a master’s degree in education with a focus in STEM Instruction and Curriculum from Marymount University. After traveling to Belfast, Northern Ireland to assist in creating the first Makerspace Lab in a UK primary school, Dr. Brill-Lee decided to continue her passion through research and earned her Doctorate in Education Leadership from the University of New England. She has a passion for implementing STEM across the curriculum and equipping all students with the problem-solving skills needed to collaborate with local and global communities and tackle the challenges we face every day.

Teaching Areas

Science and Math Methodologies

Research Interests

STEM Integration Across the Curriculum, Teacher STEM Education, STEM Curriculum


Email: rbrill@marymount.edu