Elizabeth Briceno



Lawyer graduated from the Central University of Venezuela, studied at “Université de Droit, d’Economie et de Sciences Sociales in Paris” obtaining the title of Master in Private International Law, and French, in “Universite des Langues et Lettres de Grenoble”. She was a professor of the chair of Human Rights at Andres Bello Catholic University, university that published his work “Presence of Human Rights”. During the past 10 years he has been devoted to education in the area of languages, being instructor French, Creole and Spanish, in Lingua Language Center, Talk International and Broward College. She has developed programs and syllabi for public and private corporations and has been a trainer of teachers in language teaching. In 2007 published “Manual Spanish exercise”. That same year, she was a founding member of the American College of Preparatory Academy; He was responsible for the accreditation process and served as director of new programs until 2009. She has lectured on subjects of secondary and higher education and writes for various publications and magazines on education issues. It is active in various organizations like National Association for Bilingual Education, Latin Women IML and the Chamber of Commerce of Miramar and Pembroke Pines among other member.

Director of Lingua language school at Broward College and Editor of the journal Educational Village Magazine.


Elizabeth Briceno


editor, spanish teaching