I have a dual degree in Special Education and English from Argentina. While getting my degree in my home country, I was a special educator classroom aide in the schools as well as an English tutor. In 2000, I came to the United States and attained a Master’s in Education from the University of Dayton, Ohio and a doctoral degree in Foreign and Second Language Education from The Ohio State University where I worked as a teacher educator and a pre-service teacher supervisor for three years. I have taught Education and Spanish classes at Mount Saint Mary’s University since 2008. I am an avid soccer player and U.S certified soccer coach. I love the outdoors and have hiked over 15 National Parks across the United States with my family. I live with my husband and three children: Santiago (11), Camila (9) and Sofia (6) who are part of the Mother Seton Family.