Degrees and Certifications:
Sra. Graciella Cook
Sra. Cook was born in beautiful Panama City, Panama. She is a native Spanish speaker with extensive travel, study and life experience across Latin and South America and other Spanish speaking countries around the world.
Sra. Cook holds a degree in language and literature in Spanish, English and French at the Las Esclavas Catholic School, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design Minor Marketing and Advertising in the Catholic University Santa María La Antigua. She also holds a Master of Arts degree in Superior Education University of Panama, School of Education, Panama City, Panama.
Sra. Cook taught world language Spanish in Academic Magnet - School for Charleston County School District, in levels Spanish 1 and Spanish 3. Sra. Cook was also a Bilingual- Parent Advocate and Classified Administrator for R.B. Stall High School, where she sponsored the Annual Latino Festival 2014’ and Creator of Quinceañera Pageant 2014’. At RB Stall High School she organized the Spanish department's all-student play for Festival Latino featuring readings, poetry, arts, and class-made costumes. The festival celebrated the cultural diversity of students and families in the North Charleston community.
Before Sra. Cook moved to South Carolina, she was the Marketing and Communications Director of Summit Hotels & Resorts, (Celuisma International) in Panama, City Panama. She managed integrated marketing communications on a global level. At night, she enjoyed teaching at college levels. As a professor, she taught Graphic Design for University Americana of Panama in Panama City. She taught two courses: Creative writing and Art history courses she taught students the fundamentals of writing short stories, poems, plays, screenplays and other works of fiction or creative non-fiction. She also was a professor of Business Communication & Marketing career in University Latina of Panama in Panama City. She taught three courses: International Capital Markets, Introduction to Business and Introduction to Adobe Creative Suite.
“A different language is a different vision of life.” – Federico Fellini