Camose Massé is a linguist, a cross-cultural specialist and a writer in New Jersey. She has been teaching French since 2004 having received the highest score on the praxis exam. Ms. Masse earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in French from Douglass College of Rutgers University in 2003 and a Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership from Montclair State University in 2015.
During her last semester as an undergraduate, she conducted an independent research on the Haitian identity from a historical perspective. Her background as a Haitian-born citizen and her passion for education, teaching, languages, and other cultures resonate with the title of her senior thesis: “The Crisis of the Haitian National Identity.” Upon presentation, the paper received high honors and Ms. Masse also graduated Cum Laude.
She is currently a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society for the advancement of the liberal arts, ACTFL (The American Council on the teaching of foreign languages), AATF (American Association of teachers of French). She received the Marguerite Lentz Richards Prize in French upon graduation from Rutgers University. She has traveled extensively in Europe, and the Francophone islands developing her language skill, and her assimilation of the culture.
She has a passion to help educators, students, and professionals become successful through her coaching and consulting practice. For example using customized, unique approaches, teachers can identify their strengths and weaknesses, thereby using one’s teacher identity to maximize student learning.