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Special Guest at the Mango Grove

Happy Monday Everyone!

Last week we had a special guest here at the Mango Grove, Kathleen came to visit! Kathleen McInerney is our lead English voice-over talent and usually the first voice you hear when listening to the courses. She is well-known and respected in the voice-over industry, and besides doing recordings for us, she also performs in New York and around the United States in both classical and contemporary theater.

Mango Languages has worked with Kathleen for almost four years but we have never met her in person since she lives in New York. Kathleen is the narrator voice on all of our foreign language learning software courses. We got a video of Kathleen hitting the famous Mango gong. She put her own twist on it.

http://youtu.be/GD-i6-wXlYo

We loved seeing you Kathleen. Come back soon to visit again!

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