Ramona Hernandez


It is great to have the opportunity to teach Spanish and English as a second language. I know Our Bilingual place gives to our audience the opportunity to build a skill that will last forever and will open doors to improve their lives in many aspects.

Ramona came to the United States in 1997. In 2000 she began the process to become bilingual; in 2013 she started her formal education in this country, and in 2015 she developed the bilingual classes in the library of East Point and College Park. In 2018 she graduated from Atlanta at Technical College with a degree in Paralegal Studies.

Ramona is a published author for A Beginners Guide to Becoming Bilingual and An Intermediate Guide to becoming Bilingual.

Currently, she is the Legal Administrative Assistant at Asian American Advancing Justice-Atlanta. She focuses her job to educate, teach, and inform the community about the importance of becoming bilingual, be aware of their constitutional rights, and the importance of getting involved in civic life.

Ramona has extensive experience in customer service, ability to work in a multicultural environment, and solving problems.

A powerful message for Ramona is: Always remember; Progress not perfection.

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