This week’s guest, Lisa Fore, brings her personal sense of urgency to engage all people in a journey from a narrow to a broad, inclusive, and celebratory view of languages, cultures, and individual value.
This week’s guest, Ines Lormand, makes a passionate and personal plea for early bi- and multi-lingualism based on her life experiences, work, advanced studies, and
This week’s guest, Edgar Serrano, brings his personal history and experience in business and education to a conversation on changing perspectives about peoples, cultures, and ourselves.
It’s About Language podcast guest David Bong speaks of obligations to use language to bring the world together and confirm each person’s identity.
Meet It’s About Language podcast guest David Bong, who shows how we all can use language to make the world a better place for all.
It’s About Language podcast guest Debbie Callihan-Dingle describes pathways and choices in challenging times that demonstrate the language and culture of leadership.
Meet It’s About Language podcast guest Debbie Callihan-Dingle, who shows us leadership paths to honor each individual in challenging times.
It’s About Language podcast guest Linda Egnatz challenges us to step up to make the world a connected space where we look out for each other. Follow us as she blazes a breakthrough path to language empowerment for all.
Meet It’s About Language podcast guest Linda Egnatz,, whose mission is nothing less than to connect a diverse world of languages and cultures, one person at a time.
My guest this week is language educator superstar Parthena Draggett. Parthena shares inspirational stories and insights leading us to global awareness and participation.
In this week’s conversation with educator and author Parthena Draggett, we explore the power and transformation of connecting language learning and application to life.
This week I talk with Carolyn Gill, who shares her personal stories of delight with those who have come across her life, bringing new languages, cultures, and perspectives. She challenges all of us to think of how we view “the Other,” and what space we make for diversity in our lives.
Ken’s biography demonstrates his commitment to and achievement of compassion, excellence, and community in world language teaching and learning.