Dr Pamela Phillips is a neurolinguist and cognitive scientist by training. Dr Phillips’s chief interests lie at the interface of cognition and bilingual education. With her entrepreneurial and public service engagements, Dr Phillips also advances her research agenda on reading and listening in second language acquisition.
Nidia is from Colombia and earned her M.A. in Linguistics from the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA). She has taught Spanish for Foreigners in Spain, Argentina, and the US.
Pablo is from Argentina. He has a bachelor’s in education.
Gio is from Puerto Rico and he graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University in Puerto Rico, and pursued his master’s and doctoral studies at the Santo Domingo University in the Dominican Republic. Gio has taught Spanish in various schools in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and in the US.
Fernando Diaz is from Ecuador and has a bachelor’s in education. He has taught Spanish for foreigners in Peru, Argentina, Ecuador and the USA.
Ricardo Vela is from Venezuela and has a bachelor’s in education and has taught Spanish to foreigners in Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and the USA.
Florencia Campos is from Peru and has a bachelor’s in education. She has taught Spanish for foreigners in Peru, and the USA.
Joel Cantoran is from Mexico and has a bachelor’s in education.
Margarita Santillana is from Argentina and has a bachelor’s in education.
Maria is from Mexico and has a bachelor’s in Business Administration from La Universidad del Valle in Mexico. She has a passion for teaching Spanish in the US.
Patricia is from Chile and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Anthropology, Anthropology Department, Universidad Australde Chile, Chile. She has experience teaching Spanish to children in a diverse range of elementary schools in the US.
Ana is from Puerto Rico and has a bachelor’s in Integrative Biology with a Minor in Global Studies.
Gabrielle is from the USA and has a bachelor’s in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Chicago State University. She studies Spanish and works at the Vallejo Center for Learning Spanish.
Jasmin has a bachelor’s in Kinesiology.
He is from El Salvador and has taught Spanish for foreigners in El Salvador and in the US.
Madeleine studies education. She also has a passion for teaching Spanish in the US.
Carla studies education. She has experience teaching Spanish and English to children in a diverse range of elementary schools in the US.
Stasa has a bachelor’s in media studies from the University of Rijeka. He studies Spanish and works at the Vallejo Center for Learning Spanish.
Linda Cornelius is from Peru and has a bachelor’s in Tourist Administration from the University of Andina del Cusco.