Sally Zacharias is a lecturer at the University of Glasgow. She has had over 25 years of teaching experience in a variety of contexts including primary, secondary and tertiary education. She worked in Germany and France for a number of years before moving to the UK. She’s interested in how language shapes thought, cognitive linguistics, cognitive diversity and what happens in multicultural settings. She is the PI of the Creative Multilingualism AHRC OWRI project ‘The Moon in narrative and reason: A multilingual perspective’. She lives in a bilingual household with one husband, two boys and a cat.