Amra's true interest in foreign languages began a long time ago in a South Eastern European country called Montenegro. Born in a family of Montenegrin and Albanian descent, she already had what it took to become a polyglot. By age 18 she was already fluent in five foreign languages.
Amra attended Antonio de Nebrija University in her "dream country" of Madrid where she received a certificate in Spanish. She continued her studies at California State University Long Beach, where she received a Bachelor of Science in International Business with an emphasis in Spanish language. During her time at CSULB, she was awarded an achievement award for her academic work in Spanish and French.
Today, Amra is an instructional associate for English Language as well as a Spanish and French teacher. In her spare time she enjoys listening to Spanish, classical and Jazz music, exploring new cities and attractions, cooking, and watching soccer—especially her Brazilian World Cup team. Forca Brasil!