"Changes in language often reflect the changing values of a culture"
- Ravi Zacharias
Dr. María-Elvira Luna-Escudero-Alie
Dr. María-Elvira Luna-Escudero-Alie has a Ph.D. from Georgetown University. Her dissertation’s title is: “The structure of time on the plays of Mario Vargas Llosa”. She is currently teaching full-time Spanish and French at Montgomery College, Takoma Park-Silver Spring Campus, and in her spare-time she volunteers to present on issues important to Latinos.
Prof. Luna-Escudero-Alie was nominated for the NSCS 2006 Faculty of the Year Award. She was awarded in 2002 a Certificate of Distinction in Teaching by Harvard University. Prof. Luna-Escudero-Alie has published several literary articles. Dr. Luna-Escudero is a committed associate of Diversity Frontier’s world language team.