Cézanne spent her childhood divided between an apartment in Queens and a rural art ranch in the outskirts of the Sonoran Desert, and these days she can be found teaching Spanish to junior high and high-school students here at Kino. She has a bachelor’s degree in both Political Science and Spanish from Northern Arizona University, and has also attended La Universidad de San Francisco Quito in Ecuador. She firmly upholds that a multilingual education deeply enriches an individual’s capacity to engage with the complex world around them. In her courses she intends to help students develop connections to not only the Spanish language, but to the diverse perspectives and communities that accompany it.
In her free time, Cézanne is always thrilled to chat about the true nature of an East Coast bagel, the latest international policy developments, or the Game of Thrones series finale.