I am currently a graduate student in International Education Development at Columbia University in New York City. I currently work as a Researcher for the Office of International Affairs there where I conduct literature reviews and do data analysis as it relates to the university's collaboration abroad. The caliber of my academic writing and editing is very strong and I am extremely organized and efficient. With over five years of experience teaching both French and English in the United States, France, and Morocco, I am also very passionate about promoting world language and global citizenship education for students all over the world. I aworked for over five years at an AmeriCorps program office where I was responsible for data entry and ensuring all files were in order before government audits. My teaching, research, and administrative experiences illustrate my skills with curriculum building, lesson planning, fundraising and development, translation, qualitative analysis, assessment, data entry, and teacher training. I have a Bachelors degree in Political Science and French from Virginia Tech and a teaching certificate for the state of Louisiana in French and English. In addition to my French proficiency, I have also been studying Spanish, Moroccan Arabic (Darija), and Modern Standard Arabic.