|Degrees earned:||B.A. from Harding University, M.A. in Second Languages from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Thesis: "Technologically-Mediated Collaborative Learning Activities for the University Level Intermediate Spanish Classroom".|
|Most frequently taught classes:||Accelerated Elementary Spanish II (SPAN104), Intermediate Spanish I and II (SPAN201/202), Regional Language and Culture (SPAN325).|
|Other specialties within the department:|
Proctors official Oral Proficiency Interviews. Coordinates the HOPE oral exams each semester. Directs the SPAN201 speaking labs.
|Advising info:||Advises or will advise Spanish majors (SPAN), Spanish Licensure (SPAC) and minors.|
Is a member of the Phi Sigma Iota Foreign Language Honor Society, Alpha Chi, and Psi Chi.
|Research interests:||Technology use in foreign language classrooms, peninsular literature, oral proficiency assessment, production of L2 Spanish vibrants.|
|Overseas, travel or missions experience:||Two stints teaching Spanish at the Harding University in Latin America (HULA) international program in 2012 and 2014, missions in Peru, Harding University in Greece (as a student) and backpacking across Europe.|
|Other language-related activities:||Has completed several levels of training with ACTFL on Oral Proficiency Interviews, coordinates the department's oral proficiency interviews and the SPAN 201/202 labs, is the Collaborative Classroom director.|
|Church-related or civic activities:||Member of the College Church of Christ, co-leader of women's Bible studies in Spanish.|
|Hobbies and interests:||Classic literature, travel, world cultures, sewing.|