About Fabiola Marolda
Born in Querétaro, México, Fabiola Marolda came to the United States in 2002. Since her early youth, she has always been intrigued by and passionate about interacting with people from different countries and cultures.
While in México and pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Tourist Business Administration, Fabiola belonged to an international student association, where she had the opportunity to interact with people from Belgium, Germany, the United States, Canada, Italy, and Denmark, among many others. This interaction inspired her to become a trainee in Toronto, Canada.
In 1999, Fabiola had the opportunity to teach Spanish at the University of Maribor, Slovenia. Since then, her passion for teaching Spanish has grown more and more with every student she meets on this beautiful journey.
Since 2012, Fabiola has obtained a master’s degree in Spanish Language and Culture from Salamanca University in Salamanca, Spain – and has taught at the Instituto Cervantes, Saint Xavier University, Dominican University, and Loyola University. A patient, hardworking, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic Spanish professor, she teaches beginner, intermediate, and advanced Spanish conversation to students and business professionals of various nationalities, ages, and levels. Fabiola is proud of her 18+ years of teaching experience and enjoys learning from all of her students.
Having visited 20 countries around the globe, Fabiola is equipped with a different and practical view regarding the process of learning a language. “Motivation is the key to defeat your challenges,” she says.