Juetzinia is a Usable Knowledge Associate on the Products & Capacity Building Team, working to develop rigorous resources grounded in research and effective practice for Transcend’s partners and beyond.
Prior to joining Transcend, Juetzinia worked as a Project Coordinator for Fulbright Teacher Exchanges at IREX, where she supported high-quality professional development programming for international educators. Before that, Juetzinia was an English Teaching Assistant in secondary classrooms in Madrid, first under the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, then under the Auxiliaries de Conversación Program. In 2016, Juetzinia received a Fulbright grant renewal to act as the Culture and Pedagogy Mentor for first-year grantees in Spain, where she built pedagogical resources and programming on topics such as content and language integrated learning and human rights education. Juetzinia’s current research interests include bi/multilingual education, translanguaging, and teacher preparation.
Juetzinia holds a BA in Mathematics and Spanish from Claremont McKenna College and a MA in International Comparative Education from the Stanford Graduate School of Education. She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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