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Anna Lambros

M.A French Language and Culture; Ph.D French/ Multilingual-Multicultural Education

Biography

Anna Lambros

Anna was born in Thessaloniki, Greece where she studied Modern and Ancient Greek, French and English at the prestigious American school, Anatolia College. Upon her graduation, she received a scholarship from the French government and attended Middlebury College where she received an M.A in French. Subsequently, she received her Ph. D in French Literature, Multilingual/ Multilingual Education from Florida State University. During her 35 years of teaching, Anna served on the faculty of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages at Georgia State University as Assistant Professor of French, Director of the Foreign Language Teacher Education program as well as that of the Institute of the Mediterranean Studies. Moreover, she served as an AP Consultant in French for the AP Educational Consulting Agency at Princeton University. In 2001, the Governor of the State of Georgia, Roy E. Barnes, appointed her as a member of the State Children’s Trust Fund Commission. Prior to her retirement in 2006, Anna served for eleven years as Head of the Foreign Language Department at North Forsyth High School where she established the AP Honors program in French and led students to many student trips in Europe. She has always attempted to excite her students in learning French by encouraging them to participate in Atlanta events which foster international understanding.