Kristina Stutler, M.A.  Russian Language Faculty

Kristina Stutler, M.A.

Russian Language Faculty

  • M.A., TESOL
  • M.A., Linguistics/Russian
  • B.A., Marketing
  • B.S., Political Science

Ms. Kristina Stutler is now a Denver-based teacher. Stutler has been teaching Russian and other subjects since 2000 and English as a Second Language from 2010.  She works with adults and children and tailors her classes to the needs of her students.  Stutler has taught at various large universities and colleges in California, Hawaii, and Colorado.  She is a native Russian speaker and speaks some German and Japanese. Stutler holds a Master’s in TESOL from the University of California San Diego, Master’s in Linguistics and Russian from the University of Arizona and bachelor’s degrees in Business and Political Science from the University of Arizona.

Professional Experience

  • Faculty, Georgia Tech University
  • Faculty, University of Hawaii
  • Faculty, Grossmont Community College
  • Assistant Professor, Defense Language Institute
  • Translator/Interpreter, City and Superior Court

Education & Professional Certifications

  • M.A., TESOL, UCSD
  • M.A., Linguistics/Russian, University of Arizona
  • B.A., Marketing, University of Arizona
  • B.S., Political Science, University of Arizona