Our Management Team
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Gabriele Hayes was born in Jena, a university town and home of Carl Zeiss Jena, outside of East Berlin. She was never permitted to leave East Germany until a few days before the fall of the Berlin Wall. Her request to exit with her American husband, Mark, was finally granted as the country came apart in November 1989. Mrs. Hayes left Jena with a degree in Russian and English and headed for New York. After experiencing a culture shock, she and her husband relocated to Dallas, Texas, where she put her linguistic skills to work.
In 1990, Mrs. Hayes founded OneWorld Language Solutions and acquired renowned clients such as Nestlé, Texas Instruments, Epson America, Nash Entertainment, Mary Kay, Weichert Workforce Mobility, Somnio and more.
Mrs. Hayes is also Director of OWLS Media, a newly created company that produces documentaries and short films.
Jennifer is originally from Atlanta, GA. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in International Studies and Spanish. She holds a Master of International Business Studies from the University of South Carolina.
Jennifer has worked in multiple countries including Spain, France, Mexico, and Brazil. She has taught Spanish and French to students from kindergarten through college. Jennifer is passionate about foreign language acquisition and other cultures.
Patricia is from Takoma Park, Maryland just outside of Washington D.C. She received her B.A. in Spanish Translation with a minor in Italian Culture from the University of Maryland in College Park. She has worked with languages and cultures in many capacities with such companies as Berlitz International and National Geographic Television. Patricia was raised speaking Spanish by her Uruguayan mother and has also studied French, Brazilian Portuguese and Italian. She has experienced the benefit of being multi-lingual and truly enjoys helping facilitate communication when there are language barriers.