Tania Shebaro is a lifelong learner, educator and language-lover. She was born and raised in Mexico City, but has called the US home since 2001. Tania has also lived in Latvia, France and Spain. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and French from the University of New Mexico, and a Master of Arts in College Student Development from St. Edward’s University. Although she knew she wanted to be a language teacher since she was in elementary school, Mrs. Shebaro began her language teaching career in an area high school in 2014. Tania has previous experience working as a language tutor in college and a language teaching assistant in France. In addition to becoming fluent in English and certified to teach both Spanish and French, Mrs. Shebaro has also studied Italian, Russian and Arabic. She truly believes that languages open up new worlds and opportunities, and she approaches language teaching from her experience as a language learner. When Mrs. Shebaro is not busy with her two incredibly active trilingual children (class of 2031 and 2036) and Lebanese husband, she is likely baking, crafting or learning something new.