Elodie LeNezet was born in Normandy, France. Growing up, she traveled extensively around the world, to places such as New Caledonia, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. From this travel came her love for languages and cultural differences. Elodie studied English literature and civilization at the University of Angers, France, where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in English and French as a Foreign Language. Elodie also attended the University College of Dublin, Ireland. Elodie began her teaching career in New Orleans at the International School of Louisiana. While working, Elodie wrote a research paper on the American filmmaker David Lynch, which earned her a distinction. After New Orleans, she returned to University of Angers, France to earn a Master’s degree in English and one in Teaching French as a Foreign Language. Elodie began working at l’Ecole Francaise du Maine in September 2005 and has taught at all levels except CP during her teaching career. She is extremely excited to begin this new chapter of her life at the school being the director and is looking forward to thriving in this new position. Her interests include food and cooking, reading, traveling, chasing lighthouses, taking pictures and discovering the beautiful landscapes of Maine and the world.