It’s a family affair. 

Having grown-up in the United States as first generation American, I was able to experience the nuances of language and culture first-hand within my own family. I was also given the gift of traveling at a young age spending part of my summer breaks in Europe.

My love for travel and culture continued into my adulthood – undergraduate degrees in International Affairs and History, courses in French and Italian, and eventually trips to South Asia and South America.

All of this eventually led me to the field of TESOL and International/Intercultural Education – which was the perfect fusion of my passion for teaching, language, and culture. I love seeing the world through my students’ eyes which helps me recognize the value of perspective, challenges my own way of thinking and perception of the world and, ultimately, helps me see how interconnected we truly are.

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