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Portrait of Susan Nevins

Susan Nevins received her B.A. in modern languages and linguistics (Spanish, French minor) at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where she also completed her M.A. in bilingual/bicultural/ESL education.

Her master’s thesis, titled Breaking the Barriers: Latina Immigrants Coping in the United States, consisted of original research and ethnographic interviews with undocumented and documented Mexican and Central Americans. Susan has worked in Maryland and Vermont as a middle/high school foreign language teacher.

Susan spent seven years living in Quito, Ecuador, where she worked as an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) instructor, coordinator, and program designer for the National Polytechnical University, the Fulbright Commission, and the American Embassy. She was also employed in the Immigration and Naturalization Service at the Embassy as an immigration assistant.

Susan currently teaches Spanish 111 and 112 at Norwich University and serves as faculty advisor for the Spanish Club. Off campus she coordinates the Roxbury Historical Society, where she researches local events and people in the town’s past. In 2014 she received the Cate Fellowship from the Vermont Historical Society to support her research of an African American Revolutionary War veteran in Brookfield, Vermont. Susan is a justice of the peace and cemetery commissioner in Roxbury. In her free time, she enjoys singing in her barbershop quartet, In Cahoots!, and organic gardening.

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