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Portrait of Megan Cannella

Megan Cannella teaches English Literature & Composition I and II in the Department of English at Norwich University.

Cannella studied sociology and African studies at St. Lawrence University before receiving her master's degree in teaching English as a second language at St. Michael's College. Megan has taught students from across the globe at the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program, Champlain College, and St. Michael's College. She lives with her husband and three daughters on a small farm in East Montpelier, Vermont.

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