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Spring 2021

Section 5301 of ESL713
Low Beginning Non-Credit English as a Second Language -- : Mar 29 - May 20 2021
Mandatory Zoom meetings: Zoom meetings will take place for each class session during the days/time(s) listed above. Students are expected to meet on Zoom for the duration of the live session. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor. This is an intensive English course. Please contact ESL at 707-527-4382 for more information.

Section 5932 of ESL713
Low Beginning Non-Credit English as a Second Language -- : Mar 29 - May 20 2021
Mandatory Zoom meetings: Zoom meetings will take place for each class session during the days/time(s) listed above. Students are expected to meet on Zoom for the duration of the live session. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor. This is an intensive English course. Please contact ESL at 707-527-4382 for more information.

Section 6806 of ESL770
Supplemental Instruction: ESL -- : Jan 20 - May 21 2021

Fall 2020

Section 1628 of ESL715
Low Intermediate Non-Credit English as a Second Language -- : Oct 19 - Dec 16 2020
This is an intensive English course. Please contact SWSRC at 707-527-4229 for more information. Registration for this section begins on October 5, 2020. Students should be available to meet online for all the hours listed. The instructor will let you know which hours your class will meet.

Section 3496 of ESL716
High Intermediate Non-Credit English as a Second Language -- : Oct 19 - Dec 16 2020
This is an intensive English course. Please contact SWSRC at 707-527-4229 for more information. Registration for this section begins on October 5, 2020. Students should be available to meet online for all the hours listed. The instructor will let you know which hours your class will meet

Summer 2020

Section 8179 of ESL716CP
Intermediate Non-Credit ESL Conversation/Pronunciation -- : Jun 15 - Aug 05 2020

M.A. English, Concentration in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

San Francisco State University, 2019

Certificate in the Teaching of Composition

San Francisco State University, 2019

B.A. Hispanic Studies

Lewis & Clark College, 2007

I grew up in the beautiful foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in California. After leaving my hometown, I had the wonderful opportunity of experiencing life in a number of vibrant cities, including Portland, OR; Seattle, WA; Valparaiso, Chile; Santiago, Chile; and San Francisco, CA. When I moved to Sonoma County in 2013, I knew I had found the place I wanted to call home, and I am proud to be able to work with the residents of this incredible community as they pursue their personal, educational, and career goals.

I hold a B.A. in Hispanic Studies from Lewis & Clark College and a M.A. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and a Certificate in the Teaching of Composition from San Francisco State University. Before joining the academic faculty at Santa Rosa Junior College, I taught community-based ESL at the St. James ESL Program in Seattle, WA, Business English at Global English Advance in Santiago, Chile, and academic writing to multilingual speakers in the Composition for Multilingual Speakers program at San Francisco State University.

In my free time, I enjoy salsa dancing, working on my Spanish, spending quality time with my family and friends, and being active outdoors.