Alumni News: Theater Major Alums Launch Language Learning Service in Paris

April 02, 2014
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Marymount Manhattan alumni Richard Serio ‘12 and Elizabeth Hepburn ’12 have announced the launch of DisLangue, a new language learning service business venture.

DisLangue is a multilingual teaching organization designed to simplify the language learning process. DisLangue teachers strive to equip their students with the confidence to communicate naturally in any of the major global languages. By creating a flexible, personalized curriculum adapted to each student’s individual needs, the organization fosters a uniquely dynamic language experience. DisLangue believes in the proliferation of culture through the promotion of multilingualism.
Frustrated by classical methods of learning and the high prices of private language schools, Mr. Serio and Ms. Hepburn decided to take language learning into their own hands and open the school they have always wished they had found. Based on the philosophy that language is singularly important for forging important relationships both professionally and personally, DisLangue encourages success for all. DisLangue will be Paris’s language-learning hub, offering lessons in any and all in-demand languages.
“Our business is a language learning service where we will send qualified teachers of all foreign languages directly to students’ homes, as well as corporate lessons to help expanding markets learn the essential foreign language skills they need,” Mr. Serio said.
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