I'm Giulia, 35 years old. I'm married with a wonderful baby, Lorenzo, and I'm Italian.
I moved here in US one year ago to follow my husband for working reasons.
In my "previous life" I worked in the marketing department of several multinational companies. In my "new life" I'm a mom and a passionate French and Italian tutor applying the same "consumer specific" approach to my lessons, to make the learning experience fast, effective and, of course, super enjoyable! Currently, I'm tutoring 8 students ranging from 9 to 60 years old, from beginner to intermediate level.
About my languages background:
I'm native Italian, with a business economic degree earned at Bocconi University, Milan. I can provide the best support you need to quickly learn both day by day and business language.
French is my second language: I have a background of 10 years of French studies (grammar and literature), a semester spent at HEC Grand Ecole Paris, working experiences for French multinational companies.
Something about my teaching method: We'll assess your starting level, we'll agree your learning objectives and we'll achieve them together through lessons tailored on your needs and your speed. Lessons will be always various and engaging: we'll work hard on grammar and conversation, but we'll also discover French and Italian cultures through songs, movies, poetries, cuisine.. you'll love it!
I'm available for both on line and in person tutoring.
For any further info, don't hesitate to contact me: together, you'll learning will be fast, effective and fun!
Looking forward to meeting you!
Before moving here in Milwaukee, I covered several positions in the Marketing dept (Brand management, Category Management, Trade Marketing) across multinational companies such as Lindt Chocolate (most recent one), SCJohnson and Nestle'.
I'm currently taking classes to complete the Certificate, that I expect to receive by next May.
I have successfully completed courses such as "Effective Communication", "Coaching skills for Leaders" and "Managing accountable teams".