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Anne is a Chicago area native from the United States and a full-time English language teacher at ESA since September 2021. After working part-time since 2016, she is also now the Coordinator for English for the following programs: two-year Higher Technician Certificate (BTS), one-year Vocational Bachelor (Licence Pro), and three-year Bachelor degrees. In addition to teaching, she also helps to organize and accompany the yearly pedagogical trip abroad in Europe with the first year H.T.C. (BTS) students focused on animal production and agricultural management. Anne started her education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, International Studies, and Environmental Studies, specialized in international relations and management of environmental issues on a global scale. She then continued her studies with an English teaching certificate from Global Leadership College and finally a Master’s degree in History from Le Mans University, specialized in the cinematographic representation of the role of women in the environmental movements in the United States and France.