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Romina Golbert

Adjunct Instructor of Spanish, Argentina

Romina Golbert was born in Argentina and raised in Los Angeles, California. She holds a Master’s Degree in Spanish with an emphasis in Modern and Classical Literature and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration and Leadership from California State University, Northridge. She is also a Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages certified instructor and a California Credentialed Multiple Subject Teacher with a Bilingual, Cross Cultural, Language, and Academic Development Authorization in Spanish. Her Bachelor’s Degree is from the University of California, Los Angeles in English with an emphasis on World Literature and her undergraduate work is in the area of Education. Before the completion of her Spanish Master’s Degree she had the opportunity to experience teaching and develop an interdisciplinary program abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina where she taught languages to post-secondary adults for four years. During this time she pursued her passion to share what she has learned and motivate students by weaving language and cultural competencies through unique real world experiences. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and traveling to learn new cultures, beliefs, traditions, and customs alongside her husband and daughter.

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