Madame Krissy Abdouch Stiles

Krissy Abdouch Stiles has been serving as Lead Teacher for the Alliance Française d’Omaha since 2012.  While living in Besançon, France, Krissy studied teaching French as a foreign language at the Center of Applied Linguistics.  She has worked in a variety of linguistic settings including education, translation, academic research and customer service.  Krissy also has a background in Art History and English, and has studied a variety of other languages. 

 

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Madame sue white

Madame White has recently relocated to Omaha from Massachusetts where she lived in the Boston area since 1983. She is a dual national — UK/USA. She has also lived in Belgium and Switzerland. Madame White has been a French teacher for 13 years. She is a board member of the Alliance Française d’Omaha and has been appointed the Education Coordinator.

 

Monsieur Chris West

Originally from Minnesota, Chris West brings his passion for teaching French to the the Omaha area.  Chris received his Bachelor's Degree in French Education K-12 from Minnesota State University: Mankato in 2011.  Chris has taught Beginner's French through his local Community Ed in his hometown, before he made his official teaching start in Omaha in 2012.  He has traveled to France three times and during his college trip had the privilege of taking classes at the Université de La Rochelle.  After teaching for five years at Omaha North High Magnet School, Chris has been looking for new ways to expand his teaching potential and is excited to work with the Alliance Française d'Omaha.
 

 

Monsieur adam erickson

Adam Erickson grew up in the United Kingdom and participated in school French exchange programs from a young age. These experiences, along with other travel experiences around France cultivated his passion for learning the French language. He studied French contract and tort law at the University of Lyon in 2003 and completed his bachelor’s degree in French and Education at UNO in 2016, receiving the University-Wide Honors Award for French.