Tatiana Irina Meza is a forever learner and committed to collaborating and sharing with other world language and ESL teachers in New Jersey and beyond. She holds a Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College, a combined Certificate in Translation and Interpretation Studies from Hunter College, and a Master’s Degree in Urban Education with a Specialization in World Languages from New Jersey City University (NJCU). Tatiana is certified in ESL, Bilingual Bicultural Education, Elementary (K-6), Spanish (K-12), Social Studies, and is currently pursuing her Supervisor (P-12) certification. She has worked as an interpreter in Hudson County for parents of Early Intervention children, for the Hillsdale Board of Education and, before becoming a stay-at-home mother in 2006, she worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In her spare time, she immerses herself in learning opportunities and literature regarding equity and social justice and incorporates these themes into her work.
Tatiana serves as the District-Wide ESL Teacher in Hoboken Public School District and is overjoyed to serve on the Board at FLENJ with Alice Ennis Simonson as its President.