...it must be old picture day. Here's one from about 1977. I'm sitting at my desk at the offices of the American Association of Teachers of French in Champaign, Illinois. Notice that fancy typewriter on the right, and the map of France. I wore my long hair in a ponytail at that point.
The AATF job was a part-time engagement. I was assistant editor of the AATF newsletter, and I helped organize the annual AATF convention in places including Philadelphia, Fort-de-France (Martinique), and Quebec City over the four years I worked there. I was also a graduate student and teaching assistant in the French Department at the University of Illinois, where I taught French language courses every semester.
I don't know exactly how many professors (12? 15?) or TAs (30? 35?) there were in the French department, but I do know that some 35 or 40 thousand students were enrolled on the Champaign-Urbana campus. Every year, half a dozen French students came to the U of I to give conversation classes, and that added to the atmosphere. I was friends with many of them. For sure, it wasn't Paris, where I had lived and worked in 1974-76 and would return to for three more years starting in 1979, but C-U was an exciting place to live and work.