Anita Nadal

Anita Nadal

Teaching Assistant Professor

(804) 827-3405

Lafayette Hall, 312 N. Shafer St., room 216

foreign language



  • Post-Grad cert., Translation and Interpretation, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2007
  • M.L.A., Latin American and International Cultural Studies, University of Richmond, 2006
  • B.A., Spanish, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2002


Nadal has studied abroad extensively. Her studies have taken her to Panama, Mexico, Spain and the Dominican Republic. She has presented research at the MACLAS. Her interests include research in transculturation, cultural awareness and immigration.


  • Who's Who Among American Teachers Award and the Distinguished Service Award for outstanding community service related to Spanish language and cultural training in the Richmond area, 2005
  • International Strategic Initiative Award for "Efficient use of energy resources in Europe and the benefit of alternative energy sources in Immigrant communities,” 2013
  • A Welcoming Richmond: This grant helped provide civics and language classes for 200 immigrants and refugees. Some became United States citizens with support from this program. 2014-15
  • VCU Presidential Award for Community Multicultural Enrichment (PACME) and Riese-Melton Award, 2018