más de 30 años de experiencia en el estudio, la enseñanza, traducción, redacción y el uso hablado del inglés y el español en una amplia variedad de contextos.
Native New Yorker and English speaker.
B.A. in Spanish Literature, Hunter College, City University of New York (CUNY).
Post-graduate studies in Women's Studies, Cultural Studies Linguistics and Literature, Graduate Center, CUNY.
Translation Certificate, Florida International University,Miami.
I like, film, documentaries and documentary filmmaking, literature, feminist and other theory, linguistics, creative and learning processes, writing, crochet, folk arts and violin folk music, cooking and good food, among other things.
I am a feminist and human rights activist, among other things.
I have traveled extensively through Central and South America and am currently living in Asuncion, Paraguay where I work as a translator, English teacher.
I also worked as an investigator at the Center for Documentation and Studies (CDE) in the Women's Area, coordinating a project to promote sexual and reproductive rights in Paraguay.
I was Gender Equality Coordinator at Plan International in Paraguay, an organization that promotes children's rights.
I taught Spanish language at Hunter College and Queensborough Community College, CUNY, and in the Broward County Public School system in Florida.
In the United States, I worked in administration and programming at IFP/Miami, a not-for-profit organization that supports independent filmmaking and filmmakers, and Louise Tiranoff Productions on a video production project that provides information on the neuro-genetic disorder, Angelman's Syndrome.
I have also worked as a freelance videographer and editor.