Originally from upstate New York, I have lived and worked in all four corners of the continental US. For over ten years, I have been an international educator focused on teaching English to speakers of other languages and have taught students and teachers in the US, Mexico, China, and Japan. As a coordinator, I ensure the success of students at CESL outside of the classroom by organizing our various orientations, CESL-wide events, and administering our student programming such as daily clubs and weekend activities. Teaching and assisting students and teachers-in-training realize their goals is my passion—I’m here to help and to have fun doing it!
BA in Anthropology & East Asian Studies, University at Albany, SUNY
MA in Applied Linguistics & TEFL Certificate, University of Montana