I hail from Paris, France, and journeyed to the United States with the purpose of pursuing higher education. My academic pursuits led me to the Linguistic and Psychology Departments at the University of Arizona. Motivated by a profound desire to explore diverse facets of life and culture and to enrich my knowledge, I immersed myself in this educational journey.
Upon completing my studies, I ventured into the realm of academia. I assumed the role of an instructor, teaching both psychology and French at various universities and junior colleges. More specifically, I took on the challenge of instructing Advanced Placement* French language and literature in both public and private high schools.
In my second year as an educator, I became an Advanced Placement* Examination reader for the College Board*, subsequently transitioning into the role of a consultant. My foundation in Second Language Acquisition Theory has significantly influenced my ability to craft innovative curricula. These curricula are meticulously designed to kindle the spark of curiosity and critical thinking in my students.
In 2009, I made the pivotal decision to relocate to California. Here, I found my place at Los Altos High School, where I took on the responsibility of a table leader. My journey in education has been marked by a commitment to setting high academic standards, nurturing intellectual curiosity, and fostering the development of critical thinking skills among my students.
Since 2019 I made the choice to work online in order to provide care for my family in France in great physical and emotional need.