Breanna Bryant graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire with a double Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Latin American Studies and a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. While she was in high school, she studied abroad in Spain, where she started cultivating her love of the Spanish language. Through the duration of her college career she never doubted that Spanish was the subject she wanted to pursue. Bree studied abroad three times during her time at UWEC. She spent an academic year in Valparaiso, Chile, taught English in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, and took a second trip to Nicaragua to study women’s lives and experiences. In addition to studying abroad, Bree has backpacked through various parts of South and Central America. She has worked teaching children through AmeriCorps, served as an interpreter for a law firm, and acted as an advocate for the Spanish and Latin American Studies programs at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, where she was recognized for her dedicated work with those programs. Bree is excited to begin her career with ISLA, but most of all looks forward to inspiring and motivating the children to love and appreciate language learning and culture.