Khadija Neiner was born in Morocco but moved to Italy where she began her career as a French teacher. She is a polyglot, speaking French,
English, Arabic, Italian, and Moroccan. Throughout her life she was fortunate to have traveled and lived on three different continents which
gave her incredible life experiences. She obtained a baccalaureate degree in Rabat Morocco. She also earned a bachelor’s degree in modern
language with a French focus from UTSA. During Khadija’s time at UTSA, she worked as an assistant French professor for two years. She now
works at SEFLA, a language school, teaching Arabic and French. She enjoys teaching her military students as her husband and daughter are
both in the U.S. Army. When Khadija is not teaching, she enjoys spending her free time cooking for her family, reading books, and painting.