Ana Hnat


Hnat, Ana 1681417Title:
Lead Professor for World Languages

Company: Houston Community College System

Location: Houston, TX

Houston, TX, August 12, 2016, Ana Hnat, Lead Professor for World Languages at Houston Community College System, has been recognized by Elite American Educators, for dedication, achievement and leadership in language education.

Dr. Hnat has been in charge of the foreign languages department at Houston Community College System for the past 27 years and has been teaching foreign languages since the early 1980s. She is well known for her expertise in grammar and linguistics, and speaks English, Spanish, and French. Dr. Hnat was influenced by her grandparents, who spoke Arabic, to enter the education field. She gained an interest in different languages and made the decision to pursue a career in the field.

In her role at the college, Dr. Hnat is responsible for teaching a Spanish class, hiring staff for her department, and having meetings with the discipline committee to work on the syllabus. She takes great pride in her work and enjoys being able to connect and work with a diverse group of students. For her exceptional work, Dr. Hnat was honored with the NISOD and Excellence in Teaching Award. She attributes her success to knowing her subject matters well. She has a passion for teaching and likes her students.

Ana Hnat was originally selected for inclusion in EliteAMERICAN Educators in 2014. We are proud to be featuring Ms. Hnat again in EliteAMERICAN Educators for 2016.

Contact Dr. Ana Hnat 

Hnat, Ana 1681417

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