November 15, 2017


Hilton Nashville Downtown
121 4th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201


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Industry Leading Speakers

Why attend the Rosetta Stone K-12 user conference?


Continuous learning and time away from the classroom and everyday distractions open our minds to new ideas. You will learn as much from each other as your will from our presenters!


Networking is a core benefit of any conference. Meeting other individuals passionate about language learning stimulates valuable conversations and fosters lasting relationships. It’s great for our staff, clients, and colleagues to meet each other. Let’s build our community, together!


Learn and share creative ideas about online language learning best practices, and appreciate what is possible! You will leave with a sense of renewed energies and great new ideas to incorporate into your lesson plans when we get home.


Who Should Attend

K-12 administrators and teachers interested in learning more about how Rosetta Stone® Foundations can support their schools and districts.

Registration Fee

This is our inaugural gift to you! There is no cost to attend the conference sessions.


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Conference Schedule

What Could Rosetta Stone Look Like in My District?

Rosetta Stone implementations vary greatly across the United States. Our training team lead and client manager will share how to create the best implementations and answer questions specific to the needs in your district.

What Does a Successful Implementation Look Like?

Gateway Academy has a successful implementation, offering world language learning to all students from K-12. Hear from teacher, Jessica Ahl, about how she built her classes around Rosetta Stone.

Opening Keynote Session

Hear from a recent fellow from Global Citizen Year on why language learning matters and the impact it has on students.

Event Speakers

Cameron Kaufman

Global Citizen Year / JP Morgan Asset Management

Cameron Kaufman spent her gap year in Ecuador through Global Citizen Year where she worked with a local education-focused NGO. She learned Spanish and discovered her love for languages. She minored in Portuguese, worked with the Brazilian immigrant community, eventually working with an advertising company in Rio de Janeiro. She currently works for J.P. Morgan Asset Management in New York City.

Timmy Sullivan

Bilingual International Presenter

Timmy Sullivan is an honors political science student at the University of Mass Amherst. He is a bilingual international speaker raising discussion and building support for digital citizenship, youth in politics, and the importance of student voice in public education and politics. He is also an advocate for multilingualism, as he sees the cognitive and cultural benefits in US public education and policy-making.

Jessica Ahl

Gateway Academy

Jessica Ahl teaches and facilitates the World Language Lab at Gateway Academy in Phoenix, Arizona. Gateway Academy is a small, private school for students on the high functioning end of the autism spectrum. Jessica will share how she implemented Rosetta Stone into her classes using creativity and enthusiasm to build a successful World Language Lab program for their unique population of students.

Melanie Rogers

Rosetta Stone

Melanie Rogers is the Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone. She provides professional development workshops and orientation sessions to help clients successfully implement Rosetta Stone. She is passionate about education and lifelong learning opportunities. Melanie loves supporting teachers and helping them create and maintain effective language learning programs. She was named Rosetta Stone MVP in 2016.

Tracie Evans

Rosetta Stone

Tracie Evans is an Education Client Manager, specializing in large and strategic K-12 and Higher Education implementations. In her 7 years at Rosetta Stone, she has collaborated with individual schools with tens of students up to urban school district deployments with thousands of students to implement Rosetta Stone in English and World Language classes using a variety of classroom models.

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Join us at our first Rosetta Stone K-12 User Conference in Nashville. Enjoy the music scene, make new friend, learn something new, and share something with a colleague! It will be worth your time! We also meet at a convenient time, just prior to the ACTFL Conference, so register now and include ACTFL in your plans.
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Hilton Nashville Downtown
121 4th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37201

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