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Anne Logman was born in Utrecht, spent her childhood in Zeist and moved back to Utrecht to study Dutch Philology at Utrecht University. She specialized in historical literature of the Dutch golden age. After earning her philology master’s degree, Anne continued her studies at the Utrecht University to obtain a teacher’s qualification. Once a qualified teacher, she started working at the Vossius Gymnasium in Amsterdam.
In 2000 Anne moved to Barcelona, Spain and became a teacher of Dutch as a foreign language at the Escola Oficial de Idiomes Barcelona-Drassanes, the language school of the Catalan regional
government. Seven years later Anne found a new challenge in Brussels at the European School, where she taught Dutch as first, second and third language to students from all over the continent, leading to the European Baccalaureate.
After spending sixteen years teaching Dutch abroad, Anne was happy to return to Utrecht. Anne started teaching Dutch Language and Literature and Dutch Language Acquisition at the International School Utrecht in August 2016.
Anne lives in Utrecht with her husband and two young children.