Songha Reu, Paralegal and Korean Interpreter
Songha has lived and studied in several countries such as Korea, Canada, Spain and America. Thanks to those experiences, Songha is open to learning new cultures and possesses excellent problem-solving skills. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in English Education at Chung-ang University in Seoul, South Korea. Also, her pursuit of her Master’s in Math, English and Special Education at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota enables her to experience both K-12 and post-secondary graduate settings in America.
Prior to working at the firm, she has worked as a Math and ESL teacher at Stride Academy and St. Paul Prep School. With a love for supporting and empowering people, especially for the marginalized members of society, she researched and presented educational programs promoting equity in education in a MNSCU Scholars’ Conference and at a Student Research Colloquium. She is currently focused on learning American laws to better equip herself to help fellow immigrants.
Outside of work, she enjoys oil painting, Chinese drawing, assembling legos and reading the bible. Doing missionary work in Hispanic countries is in her bucket list.
Songha is fluent in Korean and English, as well as, intermediate level in Spanish.