Campbell Language Consultants Debuts in Monterey County
A New Language Services Company Debuts in Monterey County:
Campbell Language Consultants
August, 2017. Salinas, CA. A new language services company, owned and operated by Dr. Christine Campbell, a highly respected language expert, has been launched to provide services in Monterey County, throughout the U.S. and abroad. Campbell Language Consultants (CLC) is based in Monterey County, known as the “Language Capital of the World®.”
The company’s mission is to provide the highest-quality language services in the areas of instruction in world languages, teacher education in world languages, language assessment, immersions, and translation and interpretation. CLC has access to a large number of experts in multiple languages who are active in the national dialogue on language learning through their publications and presentations at national and international conferences. The experts have spent many years as teachers, curriculum developers, teacher education specialists, test developers, immersion specialists, and translators and interpreters.
CLC’s President, Dr. Christine Campbell, who holds a Ph.D. in Foreign Language Education from Purdue University (1986) explains, “At CLC, we are focused on client satisfaction and innovation. We continually enhance the quality of services through extensive research on the latest approaches.”
Dr. Campbell has been a Monterey County resident since 1989. She is active in numerous local non-profits including the Kiwanis Club of Monterey, of which she is President Elect, International Language and Culture Foundation, and Alliance Française. She has worked in Language Education for over 30 years managing language and assessment programs and teaching world languages. including Spanish, French and English as a Second Language. Dr. Campbell began her career at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center as part of the Spanish faculty and recently retired as Associate Provost. Author of publications in the language learning field, she is a member of several editorial boards and has provided service to the profession as President of the American Association of the Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. She was also Director of Test Development, National Spanish Examinations, an assessment taken by 70,000 high school students annually under her administration. Dr. Campbell was a member of the Board of Governors, UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She won the Civilian of the Year Award for the Ninth Region from the Association of the United States Army in 1996, and was named Distinguished Alumna by Purdue University in 1994.
For more information, call (831) 776-9316 or go to campbelllanguage.com.