Lorraine Ramos received a double B.A. from San Diego State University in Spanish Language and Literature as well as Child and Family Development. She earned a Spanish M.A. from SDSU and a master’s in the Interdisciplinary Humanities from the University of California, Merced. She holds certificates in TEFL/TESOL and Spanish/English Translation and Interpretation. She is currently in a Ph.D. program at UCM focusing on Spanish as a Heritage Language in the US.
Lorraine started her teaching career by creating and implementing a bilingual program at an Early Childhood Development Center. She continued to teach beginning Spanish classes at SDSU as well as advanced Spanish classes with Heritage speakers at UCM.
Fun Facts and Hobbies
- Has been skydiving twice
- Traveled to some 20 countries on every continent, (Antartica doesn't count, right?)
- Climbed Half Dome at Yosemite National Park