Executive: Emma Sutton
Having worked at one of Milan's top fashion houses, Emma decided to use her fluent Italian in toursim and joined British Airways flight crew. Over the next few years, she had the opportunity to literally travel the world before she decided that southern California was the place for her.
Far from the rainy skies of London, Emma relishes the outdoor life of her new home. She rides horses and enjoys the Topanga Canyon or Malibu areas in her spare time.
Executive: Willy Piñon
Guillermo Piñon hails originally from Argentina, where he developed a passion for surfing. When not serving our advertisers and researching language schools around the globe, he will be found catching the waves here in sunny California.
Editor: Kate Sommers-Dawes studied Communications
at Northwestern University, where she was involved in the theater community
and a tutoring program for
elementary students living in transitional housing, but mostly just tried to survive Chicago's subzero temperatures. Prior to her current position, she worked as a foreign language educator and at a globally recognized research center. Kate provides Langage Magazine with an expertise in French, is learning Spanish, and unabashedly worships the novels of William Faulkner.
Contributer: Christine Tsai
Christine graduated from UC Irvine with a B.A. in both English and dance and a M.A. in teaching. Like any writer/editor should, she has an insane passion for books and reading. She also loves to travel and recently completed a 3-month internship in Beijing, China, writing and editing for a travel company before joining the staff of Language Magazine.
Creative Director: Gregory Van Zuyen is an award-winning art director and idiot savant who believes appliances have souls. While gifted in computers, he has limited language skills and we don't let him answer the phones.
said to teach digital publishing at Santa Monica College and LA College
International, but we have our doubts as to the authenticity of his actual
whereabouts most of the time.
We're pretty sure he is harmless.