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Education, Honors & Awards
UNAM- FES Acatlán
International Relations, English, French, Italian (2002) (2002)
Minor- Teacher of English as a second and as a foreign language
Films Intercultural contacts Native and Original traditions in Mexico Cultural activities: Museums, Archeological sites. Travelling
Currently I live in Mexico City in one of the most lively and multicultural neighborhoods, Colonia Roma. I have shared my life with my Italian partner for 8 years now.
I have developed my experience working on facilitating English, French and Spanish languages in business areas for more than fifteen years. I have mainly worked as a freelancer in languages institues for different companies such as: Bombardier Transportations, Intel México, Telcel, Tegron Automation Mexico, DSV Logistics, Mitutoyo, NSK Bearings, Mitsubishi Heavy, Serbaprosa Mexico, Herdez, Deloitte, Canon, SURA. For the growing international activities in Mexico, more non-Spanish speaking newcomers need to have an accurate communication with their Mexican counterparts, providing adequate information about Mexican culture and traditions. I have gained experience in facilitating Spanish language to CEOs, and staff for Bloomberg LP, LG Electronics, Japan Embassy.
Languages, intercultural and multicultural experience customer service. Mexican Culture consultancy. Training one to one, on-line fashions. E-learning/teaching on platforms and Apps. Tourist guide.
With nearly two decades of experience in her field, Leticia Chavez is a trilingual intercultural trainer specializing in the instruction of languages and culture. Ms. Chavez speaks English, French and Italian, and brings true passion for language and the knowledge of other cultures to her students. After earning her degree in International Relations in 2002, Ms. Chavez found her love of teaching languages and has since committed herself to expanding the horizons of those she teaches. She is a member of Sietar, the intercultural communication group and Women in Mexico City, Monterrey, and Chihuahua, a worldwide association holding frequent conferences and webinars attended by Ms. Chavez. Also a prolific writer, Ms. Chavez participates with a blog at expatriotsspecialists.com where she discusses language and culture in Mexico. Moving forward, she would like to one day own a company focused on multicultural awareness and to continue honing her personal branding and networking skills.