My Latin-English baccalaureate developed my intuition and love for grammar.
My Master’s degree in Law at the University of Lausanne gave me other intellectual perspectives: logic, pragmatism and structure.
My position as vice-director of a private school in Montreux initiated my passion for teaching French. I was present at the birth of the DELF examination, an internationally recognized French diploma for which I am currently an exam expert.
The Diplôme d’Aptitude d’Enseignement du Français Langue Etrangère (DAEFLE) came to certify my professional skills.
The ten years spent at the International School of Geneva (secondary level) introduced me to international culture as I prepared my students mainly for the DELF, IGCSE, IB French B, as well as for the Swiss Maturité examinations.