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Southern Methodist University (Journalism minor Eng)
University of Arkansas at Little Rock (Master's)
Born and raised in France, I moved to the US after completing my high school baccalaureate and received a Bachelor's in journalism and English minor from SMU. I then got a Master's in journalism research in 2006 and started working as a reporter in Chicago for two years. In 2008, I moved to Dubai, UAE, where I worked as a features writer, and then copywriter/sub-editor in a digital ad agency. I moved back to Dallas in February 2013, and I've been working as a senior content editor for a hospitality and travel company where I revise, translate and upload content for all the French hotel websites.
In addition to being fluent in French and English, I speak Spanish (intermediate writing level). I have a perfect command of the English language and I'm used to switching languages both in writing and orally.
I've traveled to many countries and I'm quite the adventurous type. I play soccer (football) twice a week on a coed and a women's team. I'm fond of the arts, the opera, cinema and I enjoy photography as a hobby.
I'm a city girl and love living downtown Dallas where I can walk places.
I'd be happy to help students with English and French homework, conversational sessions, assignment editing and translations.
Pauline Born and raised in France, I moved to the US after completing my high school baccalaureate and received a Bachelor's in journalism and English minor from SMU. I then got a Master's in journalism research in 2006 and started
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