A highly educated academic instructor, Zana Kamberi laid the foundation for her successful career with a bachelor of arts in English from Tirana State University in Albania. Zana Kamberi went on to secure three master of arts degrees: an MA in history from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, an MA in history from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and an MA in education with a focus on teaching English to the linguistically diverse from Regis University in Denver.
Ms. Kamberi also obtained licensure as a school principal after completing the licensure studies at Colorado State University. She also engaged in museum studies at University College London in England. She is both a Fulbright scholar and a Lois Corriel scholar.
While teaching at Fort Collins High School, Zana Kamberi is working toward her doctorate in education at Colorado State University, with a focus on equity, education, and transformation. In addition to her ongoing interest in history, she counts literature among her areas of expertise.
Fort Collins, CO, US
Teacher Fort Collins High School
PhD Colorado State University Education, Equity, Transformation
May 2013 - May 2014
MS Colorado State Univeristy Principal Licensure
Aug 2011 - May 2013
MA Regis University Education: Teaching the Linguistically Diverse