Len Sekelick grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and has lived in Washington, DC and been teaching at GW for over 20 years. Sekelick has broad experience in practically every country in Latin America and has lived in Ecuador and Brazil, as well as having spent considerable time in Argentina, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. Sekelick has also traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, and Africa. While around DC, he can frequently be found warming an outdoor seat at a local Starbucks and getting around from place to place on Capital Bikeshare.
Latin American Studies, Spanish and Portuguese
Venezuelan politics and Latin American stability
IAFF 6504.11 (Intermediate Proficiency - Spanish)
Ph.D, University of Pittsburgh