Sra. Alyssa Woodfield

SeƱora Woodfield grew up all over the United States and Guam. She fell in love with the Spanish language while living in Argentina for a year and a half as a missionary when she was 19. She majored in Spanish and minored in Latin American Studies at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. During her time at BYU she learned more about Spanish linguistics, history, grammar, literature, translation and interpretation. In addition, she had the opportunity to do a study abroad at the BYU Jerusalem Center for a semester where she learned about Near Eastern Studies, Arabic, and the Bible. She has worked as a Spanish medical interpreter and a Spanish translator. In her free time, she loves traveling, trying new foods, and learning about new cultures. She has traveled to over 30 countries and plans on traveling to many, many more. She and her husband live in Pflugerville.

Currently Teaching: Spanish I, Spanish II