Marie-Eve Scheibling resides in Grenoble, France where she is a professor at the French University of Grenoble and Resident Director of Boston University's Study Abroad program. Previously, she resided in Boston,Massachusetts where she served as Boston University's Coordinator of French language programs (1985 to 1989) and Lecturer of French language and Civilization (1983 to 1993). She also previously taught French at Simmons College in Boston.

Prior to relocating to Massachusetts, Ms Scheibling taught French and English as a Second Language at Stanford University in California. She had also been a high school teacher in several 'lycees' in France and the University of Grenoble's Institute of Technology.

Ms Scheibling maintains great interest in the educational and cultural aspects of international development and has devoted considerable time to forming language clubs in the cities in which she resided, including in England, France and the United States. She has also been actively involved in international exchange programs for North American and European students. Ms Scheibling is a keen observer of African politics and is very interested in the cultural diversity of the continent.

Ms. Scheibling holds a B.A, an M.A., and a professional teaching diploma (CAPES) from the University of Grenoble. She is fluent in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German. She currently lives in Grenoble, France.