Author of 8 language books, Grad work in translation & linguistics
Head of Quality Control
I'm thrilled to be Kwiziq's Head of QC and also able to share my language expertise. I've been teaching online since '99, and am passionate about language, travel, and cooking. I speak fluent French, conversational Spanish and Italian, some Greek, and a bit of Darija (Moroccan Arabic).
I'm American by birth and a permanent ex-pat by choice - freelancing made it possible to travel extensively and live in several countries before settling permanently in Guadeloupe.
Want to know more? Read my interview.
- Graduate work in French linguistics and translation at San José State University
- Graduate work in French and Spanish Translation and Interpretation at Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS)
- BA International Studies from MIIS
- 20+ years online language teaching experience (English, French, Spanish, Italian)
- Author of 5 French books
- Author or co-author of 3 Spanish books
- 10 years experience as copywriter, content writer, proofreader
Over 20 years experience teaching language.
French expert and Head of Quality Control at Kwiziq
Creator of Lawless Languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian, Greek)
Author of French Workbook for Dummies, Intermediate French for Dummies, and six other books
Former French Guide at About (15 years)
Questions and Answers12
- Why did we use ustedes instead of usted ? - 24 September, 2022 - Answer Answered
- Is this a little Laura history? - 29 June, 2022 - Answer Answered
- Still ongoing in English - 31 March, 2021 - Answer Answered
- Good morning. Thanks for your positive words. They help. - 21 May, 2020 - Answer Answered
- Weird translation of proponer un brindis - 26 February, 2020 - Answer Answered
- I need my lessons and quizzes to increase in difficulty - 19 December, 2019 - Answer Answered
- English grammar error - 18 November, 2019 - Answer Answered
- A bit more info please. - 12 July, 2019 - Answer Answered
- Personal A can't find the lesson - 10 July, 2019 - Answer Answered
- Do you use para if you using a time? For example: Tengo que terminar los informes para a las cinco. Sounds strange... - 24 January, 2019 - Answer Answered