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Andrea Linardi de Minten


Ms. Linardi is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina where she graduated with a law degree from Universidad del Museo Social Argentino. When she moved to Reno, Ms. Linardi discovered her passion for languages and received an M.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature from University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) where she worked as the Outreach Coordinator for the Latino Research Center. Ms. Linardi have taught Spanish, and tutored students of all ages. She was part of the Online Partner Conversation Program at TMCC and every summer she teaches Spanish at the Intensive Summer Institute in South Lake Tahoe Community College. She has also worked with UNR’s School of Journalism translating and editing articles for Noticiero Movil. This semester she is teaching a new elective class ACCEPT (Academic Cultural Conversation Exchange Program to Thrive) a partnership program with UNR and the Northern Nevada International Center. In this class DAO students will become mentors of young refugee students living in Reno, NV. Ms. Linardi is passionate about teaching Spanish as well as the importance of creating cultural awareness and is very happy to be working with such talented students. In her free time, she enjoys practicing yoga, hiking, swimming and paddleboarding in Lake Tahoe, spending time with her husband and son, and with family and friends in Argentina and Reno.