ESL Teacher/Migrant Advocate/Recruiter
Room 216 Danville High School
'I am a native of Budapest, Hungary where I grew up and where all of my family still lives. I have an elementary teaching certificate from the Budapest Teachers' Training College.
After moving to Kentucky in 1992, I had two children. A few years later, I attended Eastern Kentucky University and received a BA degree in German. While at EKU, I received the Japanese Ministry of Education'- scholarship to study in Japan for a year in 1999/2000. I studied Japanese at Yamanashi University in Kofu, Japan and taught English as a foreign language during my stay, After my return, I was hired by Danville Schools to work as a family educator at the Even Start family literacy program where I taught English as a second language to adults. In 2005 I received an endorsement and certification to teach ESL to K-12 grade students. The same year I started to work as an ESL teacher and as a migrant advocate/recruiter district wide . In 2006 I received a Masters degree in elementary teaching and I am currently working on my Rank 1 certification.
I love to learn about foreign cultures and meet people from different countries.