Language Education and Training Consulting Firm Launches Website, Sets Sights on the “Language Capital of the World”

Monterey, Ca., July 16, 2012 – Lingua Brava announced the launch of their website, officially unveiling their service offerings to the language education and training community. “We are at the precipice of exciting changes in the way we approach foreign language training and, educational delivery, in general,” said Shawn Kumagai, co-founder and technical director of the professional services firm. As a Monterey County resident and Defense Language Institute graduate, he started his company to lend his 12 years of experience as a military linguist to the foreign language acquisition field. “We envision our firm as being at the nexus of government language programs, higher education programs, and cutting-edge technology companies,” he said. “What better place to focus than Monterey, the Language Capital of the World?” Monterey is home to the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, Monterey Institute of International Studies, and neighbors Silicon Valley.


Lingua Brava launched their informational company website this month, but plans to rapidly expand their online presence over the coming year. Using social media, professional networks, and online marketing, they will expand traffic as they unveil details about their products and services. “Our main goals for the rest of 2012 are product and service development and building our professional network, both internally and externally,” said Shawn Kumagai.


Lingua Brava, a limited liability company organized in Nevada, is an independent consulting firm specializing in educational technology, assessment models, and faculty training for adult language acquisition programs. As a veteran-owned, small business, Lingua Brava will focus on procuring federal government contracts and providing custom solutions to clients through a network of strategic partners. To learn more about Lingua Brava, please visit the company’s website at

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