Kouamé Emeline has been teaching English and Humanities at IUGB since 2015. She holds a Master’s degree in Education, Gender and International Development at UCL from the Institute of Education, England and a Bachelor degree in Business studies and Spanish from Wolverhampton University, England. While in England, she also worked as a Teaching Assistant in primary and secondary schools, and as a Foreign Language Tutor to professional adults. With her Master in Education and her years of teaching experience to people of all ages, she considers herself as an Educational Specialist and seek to further her specialization in this field. Thus, she carries out small-scale research about students’ motivation to study. She is particularly interested in researching educational programs that aim at developing both students and teachers as individuals that add significant value to their communities. She is preparing a PhD in Educational Psychology.