After studying journalism in France and Canada, I have been a reporter, editor, writer, and producer for agriculture and equestrian sports media outlets. I have a strong interest in teaching and have had the opportunity to tutor students from 5 to 60 years old. I am also a professor at Butler University.
Jessica Strauss is a Francophile at her core. She has had the immense privilege of living in France on three separate occasions including Angers, Cholet, and Poitiers. Her decade of teaching experience has centered on international education. Having graduated with a degree in both French and Theatre from Butler University, she is enthusiastic about sharing […]
Francophile from a young age, Wes Bremer has remained committed to the French language and Francophone cultures for over 16 years. His journey with the language includes: Peace Corps Service in Benin, West Africa; teaching positions at HSE and Washington Township schools; and bilingual customer service work. Wes believes learning French is a journey full […]
Kathleen Lattimer taught high school French in the Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Programs for 37 years. During that time she also served as World Language Coordinator for four secondary schools for thirteen years, responsible for teacher training and curriculum development. She has traveled extensively, both independently and with students, and has developed French student […]