Danielle Doh

Danielle Doh

Class Year


Current home



Japanese and French

Current Position

Native Teaching Staff at ECC Foreign Language Institute

A recipient of a Modern Languages Scholarship, Danielle Doh ’21 is grateful that Carthage gave her the opportunity to study Japanese and French. Because of the College, she was able to study abroad and secure a job overseas.

Ms. Doh is now a native teaching staff member at ECC Foreign Language Institute in Japan. Her daily work consists of completing language level assessments, filing documents, reviewing lesson guides to aid students in learning, proctoring speaking tests, administering homework checks, and giving lesson reviews.

“In my life, I’ve helped students build strength in themselves and in their language abilities by believing in them — just as my Carthage professors did for me.”

Danielle Doh, ’21

What have you enjoyed most about your career?

“I’ve enjoyed seeing my students progress in their learning little by little!”

Why did you choose Carthage?

“I chose Carthage because I wanted to be close to home but somewhere I could continue studying Japanese.”

What Carthage professors played a part in your success and how?

“I couldn’t have graduated or moved overseas without the help of professors Pascal Rollet, Stephen Udry, and especially Yan Wang. I’ve learned to persevere when all hope is lost and that there are people who will genuinely root for your success. I’ll never be able to repay them, but they deserve recognition. They’re the best!”

What's your favorite Carthage memory?

“Some of my favorite Carthage memories are of listening to the waves from the lake as I walked by. I also enjoyed working with my coworkers on campus, as well as watching screenings of different movies every week!”

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