At Lauren’s Language Lessons, we hire only the best language teachers. All of the teachers are native speakers or speak with completely native proficiency. All are highly qualified with certifications and experience teaching students of various levels and ages.
Mandarin Chinese Teacher
Kristin has a BA in Linguistics with Minors in Chinese and Teaching English as a Second Language from University of Florida and a Masters in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Middlebury Institute of International Studies with a specialization in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language.
Arabic & French Teacher
Reham is a native speaker of Arabic and gained fluency in French as a child. She taught both French and Arabic at the College of Southern Nevada for several years and worked on Arabic/English translation at the ECDC African Community Center in Las Vegas.
Yun Yong is a native speaker of Korean and is fluent in Korean, English, and Mandarin. She earned a BA in Asian Languages and Linguistics with a focus on Korean and Mandarin from UCLA. She also has a MA in Korean Studies and Comparative Literature from University of Oxford in the UK.
Ge is a native speaker of Mandarin and Cantonese. She has over 10 years experience teaching Mandarin to various ages and levels. She has a Bachelors in Economics from Guangdong Business University and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Georgia.
Desiree is a native speaker of German. She holds a degree from Schulze-Delitzsch-Schule in European Law and worked as a Paralegal in Germany before emigrating to the US. She is currently working on a BA in German while teaching at a local pre-school and does German translation and tutoring work on the side.
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Amparo has a BS in Education and Educational Services and a MA in Organizational Development. She worked in HR in Venezuela for 8 years before moving to the U.S. and earning a certificate in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language to adults and has been teaching Spanish for the past 5 years.