Le Anne earned her Bachelor’s degree in 2009 at The College of New Jersey. She majored in Psychology (Cognitive) and Spanish and minored in Linguistics and French. Currently, she spends the majority of her time teaching and conducting research. At MSU, she has taught various Spanish language classes, a methods of second and foreign language teaching class, and an introduction to SLA class. She also spent three years working as a Coordinating Assistant to Bill VanPatten in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies. Her responsibilities included developing online activities for the Spanish language textbook Sol y viento, writing departmental tests, and observing teachers. She also worked for the Residential College of Arts and Humanities for one year planning and leading two Integrative Language Options (ILOs) on Venezuelan culture. In her spare time she enjoys running, traveling, and visiting family on the Outer Banks (NC) and in Venezuela.