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UNC Chapel Hill (Anthropology)
Samone graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology and a love of cultures, traveling and languages. She has worked in various customer service, sales, marketing and public relations roles. In 2007, she branched out on her own, utilizing her skills and experience gained to form her own Freelance Web Communications & Marketing Firm, that she continues to manage today. Over the last few years she has taken the opportunity to return to her passions which are education and languages. She's taught English and a second language through a local non-profit company for the past three years and recently became a certified TEFL(Teaching English as a Foreign Language) instructor.
She has taught High School Spanish for one year and is currently teaching. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling to remote locations seeking out adventurous activities and ticking as many bucket list items off her long list as possible. She is happy to use her energy, knowledge and skills to teach ESL students.
TEFL certified Instructor
I have a flexible schedule and can teach classes at local libraries or facilities within the Piedmont Triad Area:
Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Kernersville, Thomasville, and Walkertown and all areas in between. Samone graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology and a love of cultures, traveling and languages. She has worked in various customer service, sales, marketing and public relations roles. In
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