About the Author
Paulina Carrión is a Spanish instructor who coordinates the language classes and is the advisor for the Hispanic House at the College of William and Mary. She has taught pre-K to college level Spanish language courses since 1995 in Ecuador as well as in the United States. Her bachelor’s degree in speech pathology allowed her to work with the deaf community in her home country as a speech therapist, and later as a sign language interpreter. Since 2000, she has worked in curriculum development. Paulina has also worked as a medical interpreter with Hispanic communities in Wisconsin and Virginia where she got her master’s degree in Foreign Language Education at the College of William and Mary. She is a native speaker from Ecuador. She is very interested in sharing her own culture and experiences in her language classes. She lives in Williamsburg, Virginia, with her husband and two of her four children.
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