The Global UGRAD Team is pleased to welcome to its newest member, Ariel Klein. Ariel began at World Learning on February 14th and will be working with Amy Fisher Bruey to support the students from the Near East.
Ariel is originally from Rochester, New York, and studied Anthropology and Linguistics at Colorado College. After graduating, she moved to the French West Indies to teach English, and afterwards lived in Mongolia while serving in the Peace Corps. Her main hobby is hiking, but she also enjoys reading a good book (especially while drinking hot chocolate). Additionally, she has a case of wanderlust and is always planning her next travel adventure. She believes that her time abroad has allowed her to meet such interesting people, and through these friendship she learns more and more about our world. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to be able to support the Global UGRAD students while they experience this for themselves.