Profesora Irmina Fabricio
Department of Foreign Languages
1600 Washington Ave.
Conway, AR 72058
Irmina Fabricio was born in Havana, Cuba. In 1983, she received a B.A in Economics at the University of Havana. She worked a total of 16 years in this profession in Cuba. Among other responsibilities, she would give lectures and conducted seminars to train technicians and professionals in the field of financial planning and accounting. Irmina came to the United States 2000. She worked in an office in Miami for a year and a half. In 2002, she came to Conway and decided to change her career. In 2005, she completed a Master of Arts in Spanish at the University of Central Arkansas. Working closely with the master pieces of Spanish literature and Latin-American literature and culture changed her view of literature and awoke her real vocation: the teaching of language and literature. At present, she is a current instructor of Spanish at Hendrix and is proud and happy to contribute to Hendrix students' education.
Irmina is also an active person in the Conway community. She teaches Spanish at the Faulkner County Library, offering two sections of children’s story time, each month of the year.