Eva Gómez García holds master’s degrees in Translation, Hispanic Studies and Applied Linguistics to the Teaching of Spanish. Before coming to Brown in 2015, Eva coordinated the World Language program at Washington Academy of Languages at City University of Seattle where she developed the Spanish program and oversaw the curriculum for all language courses. In the Department of Hispanic Studies at Brown, she co-coordinates the language program and serves as a supervisor and mentor of Teaching Assistants and Visiting Teaching Associates. She is also an academic advisor for first-year and second-year students, and for Exchange programs and Study abroad. Currently, she is a PhD Candidate in Applied Linguistics to Language Teaching at Nebrija University in Spain. Eva is also completing a Certificate in Heritage Language/Late Bilingual Education. Her area of research focuses on heritage language development through a multiliteracies framework.