Rachel is a proud graduate of the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) and a current M.Ed. student in the International Education Policy program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She comes to UNAGB with four years of experience teaching in middle and high school classrooms in Spain and the U.S.A. As a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) in Madrid, Spain, for two years, she taught English literature and composition at a bilingual school and ran the school’s Global Classrooms (GC) program – a Model UN program for ESL students. Her second year in Madrid, she coordinated Global Classrooms for the Madrid community school system, running conferences and training Fulbright ETAs on how to implement GC in their classrooms. Upon returning to the U.S., Rachel taught English and Spanish for two years at a high school in Nashville, Tennessee, and directed their summer study abroad program in Salamanca, Spain. She is passionate about using global citizenship education and foreign language education to foster 21st century skills and build mutual understanding. Rachel is thrilled to be working with UNAGB to assist in further developing and enhancing its Model UN curriculum.