Angela Gozalvez was born and raised in La Paz, Bolivia. She graduated from Law School and has a Master’s Degree in Economic Law.
She worked for 7 years as an attorney for Iberdrola, one of the largest multinational companies in the energy field, where she met her husband. In November 2007 they moved their family to the United States, first to Pennsylvania and then to Maine, where she has found her happy place.
With new-found energy, Angela decided to leave the law and change careers to pursue one of her biggest passions, the Language Arts, and find an outlet to express herself as a proud Latina woman. She began working as an editor for DIGITALIA, Inc., a publishing company with offices in Spain and New York, in 2011 and concurrently, followed her desire to further share her culture and language by first organizing informal classes, Spanish conversation gatherings, as well as private lessons, and in the fall of 2017, joining the faculty of The Language Exchange.
Being married to a Spaniard, raising trilingual kids and traveling to South America and Spain every year, allows her to have a perfect sense of the cultural differences that affect the use of the Spanish language and its interactions.