In May of 2010, Camelia graduated from Central Connecticut State University, with a B.A. in both Spanish Education K-12 as well as TESOL. She began teaching at Greenwich High School, in Greenwich, CT, the fall of that year as a Spanish teacher. After 5 years of teaching Spanish, she decided to transition to the world of ESL. Teaching language has always been her passion, and whether it is English or Spanish, she enjoys being able to teach students how to effectively communicate with the world around them. She is currently completing her second masters in administration at Sacred Heart University, where she also completed her first master's degree in the Arts of Teaching. Although the workload is very challenging, she is learning so much and looks forward to learning more about how to positively impact education for future generations.