I’m Sefina Lucki. I received my BA in Spanish and Economics from Wellesley College in MA, where I was also the captain of the basketball team, a Gates Millennium Scholar and the recipient of the María Luisa Bombal Prize for Spanish. I then earned my MaEd in Foreign Language K-12 from Wake Forest University in NC where I was a William Randolph Hearst Scholar and published “Cultural Development in the K-12 Spanish Classroom.”
I went on to teach Spanish and Technology at an independent school in NYC where I was also a 7th Grade Advisor and the Girls’ Basketball and Co-ed Volleyball Coach. I later lived in Madrid, Spain, where I taught at a bilingual elementary school. My goal is to help inspire a new generation of young people to love Spanish as much as I do and to help prepare them for a globally connected world.