Phone: 706.769.6655


Degrees and Certifications:

Master of Arts (Spanish) Bachelor of Arts (Spanish) Bachelor of Science (Biology) ESOL certified

Keri Douglas

I have been fascinated by other languages and cultures since I was a child.  I am also very linguistically-minded.  Put them both together and voila - foreign language teacher!  I attended Murray State University in Kentucky for my undergraduate studies, where I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry.  I then attended the University of Alabama, where I received a Master of Arts degree in Spanish with an emphasis in Spanish Applied Linguistics.  While earning my master's degree, I was a graduate teaching assistant at UA for two years.  After moving to Georgia in 2010, I worked as a substitute teacher in Clarke County for a year before beginning a job as a certified medical interpreter for Spanish for four years.  While I loved interpreting, I missed being in the classroom and especially working with children, so I returned to education.  In the years since, I have taught various levels of Spanish.  I taught at UNG as an adjunct instructor for four years.  I also taught in Clarke County for four years and in Barrow County for three years before moving to Oconee.  I am certified in both Spanish & ESOL.  I enjoy spending time with my family and pets, traveling, reading, and learning new things.