Ramona Maile Cutri is an associate professor at Brigham Young University’s Teacher Education Department. Cutri’s research attends to the complexities of technology integration into faculty’s daily teaching practice and how technology can facilitate the pedagogical and dispositional goals of critical multicultural teacher education. She has produced important work that documents teaching pre-service multicultural education courses in ways that lead to changes in their thinking and development as teachers. She has published in teacher education and multicultural education research journals. She has presented regularly at NAME and AERA. She is a specialty editor of Frontiers in Education's Teacher Education strand with Stefinee Pinnegar. At BYU, she directs the program that supports first generation college students.