Anita Gutierrez-Folch


Anita joined findingDulcinea in June 2008 as an English-Spanish translator after graduating with a B.A. in English and American Literature and Language from Harvard University. While at Harvard, she worked for online publications such as The Harvard Voice and Freeze Magazine, and worked as an editorial intern for Little, Brown Book Group during the summer of 2007. Anita is the project manager and a senior writer for, the Spanish-language offspring of findingDulcinea.

Most Recent Articles by Anita Gutierrez-Folch

  • Adults Fail to Comply With Vaccination Schedules
    The low percentage of adults that receive their recommended vaccines worries doctors, and highlights the potentially grave dangers of preventable diseases.
  • Part-Time Work May Keep Seniors Healthy
    A recent study found that retirees engaged in temporary or part-time employment may be physically and mentally healthier than their fully retired counterparts.
  • K-12 Schools Need More Male Teachers
    The dwindling number of male teachers in elementary and middle schools is cause for concern. Boys and girls need male role models in the classroom, educators say.
  • ADHD or Immaturity? Resources for Teachers & Parents to Divine the Difference
    ADD-ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed disease in American children, but critics have long asserted that it is over-diagnosed. For teachers and parents, it can be difficult to discern the difference between immaturity and a treatable disease. Fortunately, the Web offers a bevy of outstanding, informational resources that help divine between the two, and cope with each of them.
  • The True Meaning of Memorial Day
    Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day was instituted after the Civil War to honor war veterans, and was eventually made into a day of remembrance for all who died in service to their country. Today, the holiday is part of the three-day weekend signaling the beginning of summer.