Specializes in Spanish, ESL, and the Classics.
Samantha Rodovich has over fifteen years’ professional experience that spans five countries in the areas of professional development facilitation for educators, international program development, management, sales, marketing, accreditation, language instruction, program assessment, and curriculum design. She received her M.A. from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Teaching Foreign Language (English/Spanish) and Language Program Administration. Samantha is the K-12 Education Specialist at Cambridge University Press. She works with K-12 schools across the nation on their world language and IB adoptions and trainings. Samantha is a member of TESOL, ACTFL, and NAFSA.
She has presented professionally at conferences throughout her career and is a trained and experienced reviewer with the Commission on English Language Accreditation (CEA), which involves visiting and reviewing post-secondary schools and institutions language programs. Most importantly, Samantha loves sharing her work with schools and books with her two bilingual preschoolers. Bridging her professional and personal passions help Samantha promote the importance of curiosity, creativity, and a love for reading with her children.