TEFL Teacher

D'Jeane Peters


D'Jeane Peters grew up on a ranch in Montana and graduated high school with a class four people. She first fell in love with travel her second year of college, when she received a Gilman International Scholarship to spent a full year studying abroad in at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco. That year she overcame culture shock, made lifelong friends, and developed an insatiable appetite for adventure.

D'Jeane graduated with honors from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT with both a Bachelor of Arts Communication Studies and Environmental Management and Policy. She combined her skills from both degrees when she received funding for, and eventually published, an academic research paper on stakeholder viewpoints associated Greater Sage Grouse (bird) management in Montana. In Fall 2017, she will enroll in an online Masters Program in Workplace Learning and Instructional Design at Boise State University.

A lifelong lover of educational adventures, D'Jeane has led groups of students Morocco and New Orleans, volunteered as a teacher in India, hiked the Lycine Way in Turkey, and in 2016 moved to Thailand to teach English. In her free time you can find D'Jeane hiking, organizing local storytelling events, and planning her next adventure.