Meet the Teachers

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Meet the Teachers

Danica Guerrero is currently pursuing an M.A. in French at the University of North Texas. She holds a B.A. in European Studies/French from Seattle Pacific University, where she gained language experience during a semester at the Sorbonne University in Paris. For six years, she has taught middle school and high school French and English courses, including seven months as a teaching assistant for two French high schools in Annecy, France. Danica currently lives in San Antonio with her husband and their two cats.

Gwen Sessions was born in France, and she is very attached to both her native region of Brittany and her Celtic identity. A professional opportunity and a taste for adventure brought Gwen to San Antonio several years ago. She believes that through her work as a French teacher, she has become a sort of ambassador for her country. When she is not teaching, Gwen is learning – most recently having finished her Masters degree in French Language from UNT (University of North Texas).

Jen Johnson is currently the French teacher at O’Connor High School.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in French and German from the University of North Texas, and a Master’s in Education from Texas State University.  Her hometown is New Braunfels, TX but she has worked abroad in Europe and Japan as a teacher. Jen is an Aquarian, and her favorite color is green! She enjoys cooking, wine-tasting, and travel, and loves spending time with her four kids and her two dogs. She is also an entrepreneur and co-owns three toy stores throughout the hill country.

Rosemary Clark was born in Poland and came to the United States when she was 4 years old. She grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs and began learning French in the 8th grade. Rosemary attended college in New York, majoring in History and completing a minor in multiple languages – including French, Russian and German. After college, she studied in France at Université de Grenoble and obtained the “Diplôme de hautes études de la langue et de la littérature françaises.” Rosemary went on to complete an M.A. in French and a PhD in French Literature & Language from UT Austin.