Judith Montilla, Ph.D.
Dr. Judith Montilla was born in Colombia and raised in Venezuela. Dr. Montilla lives in the United States since 2002 and is a certified translator with more than 15 years of experience translating documents and serving as an interpreter. In the field of education, she has been a Spanish and English teacher for elementary, middle and high school. Also, she has taught English as a Second Language (ESL) classes in high school and adult education programs. Dr. Judith Montilla has served The University of Delaware (UD) as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Spanish. Currently she works for Lincoln University of PA as an Adjunct Professor of Spanish and for the State of Delaware assigned to a high school as a Spanish and ESL teacher.
Doctorate in Education, Applied Linguistics to Spanish (in progress)
Doctorate of Philosophy in Leadership in Educational Administration
Education Specialist in Leadership in Educational Administration
Master in Special Education
Master in Educational Psychology
Bachelor in Foreign Languages: English Language Education
Presenter, XIX Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica (XIX International Conference of Hispanic Literature), Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 7–11, 2017
Named Teacher of the Year 2007 for Delaware Head Start Association, INC.
Joshelyn "Josie" Vega was born in Venezuela and raised in the United States. She is a junior at the University of Delaware (UD) and is studying Nutrition and Medical Sciences. Josie keeps the Venezuelan traditions especially for Christmas time and love visiting her family. She has been dedicated to practice the Spanish language and improve the four skills, such as listening, speaking, writing, and reading.