When Chloe Hodson graduated last year from Northern Arizona University with a degree in English and secondary education, she knew she wanted to travel and teach internationally. What she didn’t know was 14 days after a Skype interview with Glenelg School, she would be on a plane to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. There, Chloe teaches English as a second language to local students. Her location has already afforded her the opportunities to travel to London for the holidays, spend New Year’s Eve in Paris and enjoy a week visiting Beijing. She will travel throughout Europe for an additional five weeks before returning to her second year of teaching in Abu Dhabi.

Hodson is the daughter of David and Dee Hodson, who have been Ahwatukee residents for more than 30 years.

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