At the university, I first got a bachelor’s degree in psychology and anthropology. Then, for 2 years, I was a French teacher in a middle school in West Africa: Burkina-Faso. I lived 20 years in Vincennes, a suburb of Paris, where I taught Human and Religious Culture in middle and high school. In 2015, I got my master’s degree in economics in La Sorbonne, specializing in the management of a non-profit organization.
In charge of the non-profit organization about Africa, I developed different projects in Burkina and in France. The most important was the creation of an event “Afrique en Marche” about the francophone Africa culture every other year. I went to many middle and high schools to outreach students about cultural differences.
I came to Los Angeles with my family in July 2016, I have been teaching at the Alliance française since January 2018. I got agreements to supervise the DELF test and the TCF test.