I studied Modern Languages at the Universidad Metropolitana at Venezuela with a minor in Business. After working in a stock exchange company, I decided to change careers and began working at a bilingual school as a substitute. I soon found myself as the lead Pre-Kinder teacher, where I remained for the next four years.
Due to this experience, I returned to University, to obtain my degree in Education. I attended many courses and symposiums to improve my knowledge and understanding the learning and developmental process that is integral to human beings. Later, I took several courses towards a Master degree in Psychopedagogy at the Universidad La Salle.
I began working as a teaching assistant at Country Day School in 2017.
My teaching style is oriented to offer the children the experiences which will enrich their self-discovery.
Teaching is incredibly gratifying for me as we are able to see children grown, not only in cognitive skills but also in tools for life through social-emotional growth.