New Jersey, USA
Bio: Having lived in five countries (India, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Belgium) on three continents, I bring a world of experience to every piece I write or edit. Through my travels, I have developed a strong intellectual curiosity in many areas. I speak Spanish, French, Dutch, and German. A graduate of Muhlenberg College, I am one of the rare breed of individuals who majored history and anthropology simply out of my love for those subject areas. I went on to continue my studies at Rutgers University, where I earned a Master’s degree in classics and archaeology; I worked hard to finance both my education and four summers in England to participate in archaeological excavations. My love for history and world cultures certainly did not stop with my studies; on the contrary, it continues to this very day. I currently work at Advancing Opportunities, helping write articles and working with persons with cognitive and physical disabilities one on one and in small groups. I have a professional background in special education and the publishing industry.