Anne is a doctoral student in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, working with Dr. Kaushanskaya. She received a Master’s degree in Translation and Intercultural Communication from ISIT, Paris, France, and a first Ph.D. in Translation Studies from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, where she studied the time course of target language activation during source text reading for translation, using eye-tracking and translation entropy data. Her research interests include bi/multilingual language processing and the interaction between language development and executive functions in children and adults with and without language impairments, cross-language activation and production in highly proficient bilinguals and translators, and speech perception, planning and production in multilingual contexts.