- Teaches 20-5 contact hours of English lessons per week to first-year students
- Coaches and evaluates students on public speaking and process writing skills
- Proofreads, brainstorms and creates content for the monthly English magazine
Masters of Arts, TESOL, Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2021 School for International Training (SIT), Vermont, USA Peace Corps Coverdell Fellowship
Masters of Arts, Media Communications 2014 (graduated with honors) Webster University [International], Bangkok, Thailand
Bachelor of Arts, International Business Foreign Language (Minor: Entrepreneurship) 2009 Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA
Education is the cornerstone of my professional success and savvy. I constantly seek opportunities for personal enrichment and professional development, indicative of my stimulating career path as a global educator with experience in international development, education and communication. I embrace servant leadership, professionalism, strong work ethic, youth development and global citizenship.
Previously based in Eastern Asia, Eastern Europe and Eastern Africa and currently located in the Middle East, I plan to continue working abroad as I do my part educationally to help the Second and Third World reach its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within the next 11 years.
Thus, I aim to pursue a second master's degree this year (in line with my postcollegiate work experience) and, ideally, to earn a Ph.D. in international education so that I can effectively design and implement programs that will foster cross-cultural awareness and exchange for promising but underrepresented and disadvantaged youth around the world.