"Nonnative" English Speaker Teachers (NNEST-IS)

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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The "Nonnative" English Speaker Teachers Interest Section (NNEST-IS) serves as a space for critical dialogue relating to the personal-professional lived experiences of teachers who position themselves, and/or are positioned, as "nonnative" English-speakers. The Interest Section seeks to contribute to the cultivation of a nondiscriminatory professional environment for all TESOL members, through the production and promotion of scholarship, opportunities for scholarly dialogue and professional development, and active participation in and beyond TESOL.

LEADERS, 2022-2023

Chair: @Cristina Sanchez-Martin
Past Chair:
@Mai Mowafy
Editor:
@Merve Aydin and @Mariana Hernandes Grassi
Community Manager: @Jani Pandiri 
Member-at-Large: @Sunyung Song

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