Gerardo Dominguez is a proud native of El Salvador and has a background in engineering. He has worked in teaching both English and Spanish for over ten years, and loves working alongside students towards their language goals in a way that is captivating and fun. When not watching soccer, playing soccer, or talking about soccer, Gerardo enjoys playing guitar, pizza, Star Wars, biking, learning new languages, traveling with his beautiful wife and taking care of his daughter. He would love to meet you and help you learn Spanish.
Felipe was born and raised in Colombia, where he grew up cycling the mountains and volcanoes of his native city of Manizales. When he wasn't biking, he was studying social sciences and obtaining his TEFL (Teaching English as a Second Language) certificate. He has been teaching English and Spanish to kids, teenagers, and adults for years. Besides his bike, he loves literature, geography, history, traveling and meeting people from all walks of life. Felipe believes that teaching is an amazing way to improve yourself because when you’re a teacher you never stop learning and everyday is a new adventure with your students.
Kenya is an adventurous woman who loves traveling and getting involved with other cultures. She has a background in pedagogy and management. She is very energetic, and has a weak spot for food! Originally from Mexico, she loves to talk about her culture and loves to make friends from all over the world. She has lived in Mexico City, Canada, Italy and now in the USA. Her hobbies are biking, yoga, cooking Mexican food, and watching movies, but her favorite activity is reading about history.
Virginia is a fun and energetic teacher from Argentina whose passion has always been education. Her smile is so contagious - she’ll brighten your day in no time! Back in Buenos Aires she was an English Teacher, then she came to the USA and realized that she really wanted to share her culture and language. In her free time she loves hanging out with her friends and family.
Katy was born in Peru. She is proud or her native language and multicultural heritage. Her background in film, literature/linguistic and music had made her appreciate the power of communication and its many cultural representations. She believes teaching is a learning process, but mostly a dialogue to accommodate the student’s needs. On her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, reading and having a good conversation.
Alejandra was born in Spain and has worked and/or traveled throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. She has been teaching Spanish, French, Latin and the history and evolution of Romance languages to individual students and in schools for the past seven years. She is passionate about languages as a tool for communication, understanding and peace, and believes that if her students don´t find learning fun and exciting...she´s doing it wrong! Alejandra has many passions including animal behavior, art, traveling, cooking and illustrating and writing children´s books.