Julie Kuznetsov grew up in Vancouver, WA. She graduated Union High School and completed an Associate’s Degree from Clark College in 2015. She has always been passionate about teaching English therefore everything she engaged in during her educational journey was geared towards that goal. Julie earned her Bachelors of Arts in English with a minor in History from Washington State University in 2018 with magna cum laude. While she was earning her degree, she volunteered in schools around the area and worked as an AVID tutor to facilitate student learning and help students succeed. She also worked as a writing center tutor at Washington State University where she used her passion for language and writing composition to help others become stronger writers. In June 2020, Julie graduated with a Master in Teaching degree from Washington State University with summa cum laude. She is best known for her kindness, positivity, and respectful communication. She also speaks Russian and Ukrainian, fluently.
As a teacher, her mission is to teach students to be critical about the world around them and to always strive to be better human beings so that they are prepared for life in high school and beyond. She focuses on student engagement and student growth by providing many opportunities for group work and self-reflection. She always strives to meet the specific needs of students and to deepen their learning.
During her free time, Julie enjoys spending quality time with her husband and traveling to new places. She loves living in the Pacific Northwest and takes every opportunity to spend time in the forest.