Constanza Svidler

United States

  • Geographic Location: North America
  • Languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese

About me:

Constanza has worked for more than a decade as an educator with experiences ranging from teaching an informal youth-development class in Rio de Janeiro's largest favela, to creating curriculum at the University of Michigan while pursuing a doctorate, and working at New College of California. Most recently, Constanza created the education and public programs for the San Francisco International Arts Festival, where she successfully established partnerships with San Francisco Unified School District schools as well as many local non-profit organizations. Constanza received a double major in Fine Arts and Spanish and Portuguese at UCLA and, in April of 2007, completed her Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan with a focus on contemporary Argentinean literatures and cultures.

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Sarah Palin

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