The ShareLingo Project®, Nominee for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Rockstars Business Award

By James Archer | Blogs

May 11

We are so excited to announce that The ShareLingo Project® was selected as a nominee for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Rockstars Business Award. 

Although we did not win this time, we are proud and honored for having been selected along with other amazing business. We are inspired by the commitment and passion of other organizations and will continue connecting our communities through language learning.

 

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About ShareLingo
The ShareLingo concept is really simple. Instead of learning from a white board or a computer, we help English learners meet Spanish learners for face-to-face practice together. A bilingual facilitator uses our method and materials to keep things moving so you are never bored. We have language learning solutions for individuals, businesses, non-profits, and schools. Learn more at www.sharelingo.org.

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About the Author

James began thinking about The ShareLingo Project in 2012 after trying, and failing, to learn Spanish. But once he realized that face-to-face practice could make all the difference, he made progress, and is now fluent. While learning Spanish, James felt a strong desire to connect with native Spanish speakers for conversation practice, and to also learn about the many cultures that make up our community. WHY aren't there more places that connect people from different cultures to practice together? In 2013, he founded ShareLingo and began work on developing the proprietary model and methods that the company uses. In addition to the United States, James has lived in Australia and Europe, and has traveled extensively throughout Asia and Latin America. Prior to developing ShareLingo, he had been a Computer Engineer, the General Manager of Australia’s largest conference and Exhibition Company, an art gallery owner, and an inventor, holding multiple patents in his name. James has served on multiple corporate and non-profit boards. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Iowa State University, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Rochester.

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