I am a graduate of University of Missouri-Kansas City and have extensive teaching experience in Spanish language and culture. My hometown is Topeka, the Capital of the Great state of Kansas. I received K-12 teaching licenses in the states of Kansas and Missouri. I have studied abroad at the University of Madrid in Spain and have taught Spanish to adolescents and adults. I also have a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Baker University and a Masters Degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Central Baptist Theological Seminary. I love working with individuals who have the desire to learn Spanish because it demonstrates that they are willing to reach beyond themselves are willing to step into the language and culture of others. The rewards of entering a different language and culture include a greater awareness of self, a greater perspective and appreciation of our global society, and an opportunity to gain tools to effectively communicate with others.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Missouri-Kansas City - Bachelor in Arts, Spanish Education
Graduate Degree: Baker University - Masters, Business Administration and Management
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