I am a passionate teacher of the Italian language and have many years of experience teaching both in schools and privately. I have been trained to teach Italian following a variety of methods, and over the years I have taught to a great variety of individuals, from opera singers to bankers, from preschool age children to retired grandparents. I attended the University of Turin, Italy, where I received a Master in Modern Art and History and moved to New York to be closer to my husband's family. My teaching credo is simple: I strive to meet each one of my students where they are and I make it my job to suit my teaching to their needs and not the other way around. I love to explain why the Italian language works the way it does, and open minds to new possibilities and horizons.
I enjoy reading, volunteering, swimming, cycling and eating. I have a passion for cooking and preparing nutritious food from scratch.