Ph.D.. M.A., Catholic University of America
B.A., Immaculata University
Sister Annette Pelletier has taught at various schools and parish catechetical programs in the U.S., Peru, and Chile, giving her extensive experience in teaching students of diverse ages and cultures. She has taught high school classes on the Bible, world religions, and ethics, and she was a teaching assistant at CUA for classes on Christian liturgy and sacraments, St. Augustine, church history, and the Bible.
In addition to her teaching experience, Sister Annette has served in school administration. She was the director of religious education at an academy in Chile and the director of an ESL and adult literacy program in Philadelphia. For six years, she was a school administrator in Peru, participating in the network of Fe y Alegria Schools, a movement led by the Society of Jesus to educate the poorest of the poor in 13 Latin and Central American countries.
- Cross-cultural educational contexts
- Anthropological implications of missionary work