Education and Experience

Joëlle Baudouin was born and educated in southwestern France. She attended the Université de Pau from which she graduated with a D.E.U.G. in English with honors.

She moved to the United States in 1981 to join family members living in Florida and continue her English studies. She received a bachelor’s degree in English with honors (3.65 GPA) from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, in 1983.

Joëlle was awarded a full out-of-state tuition waiver and the Schaub Scholarship in English to help her attend graduate school at F.A.U. She received a master’s degree in English and comparative literature in 1986 (4.00 GPA).

While working on her master’s thesis, Joëlle taught a history of French literature class for the Department of Languages and Linguistics at F.AU. She then taught English for the Department of Continuing Education at the Université de Pau from 1986 to 1989.

She moved back to Florida in1990, and after helping to manage a family business for a few years, she returned to her true love: language teaching. She became a French and ESL instructor at F.A.U. She soon also launched her language teaching and tutoring business.


Joëlle’s second passions are Tai Chi and Qigong, which she has been practicing daily for 19 years. 


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