Born and raised in Mexico City, I was able to attend two years of law school before moving to the USA. Here I changed careers and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor of Business and Administration at Texas Woman’s University. After a year, I earned my bilingual teaching certification and for eight years in addition to teaching bilingual curriculum, it was a pleasure to take on many leadership roles that allowed me to help design the curriculum children needed to increase their academic achievements. My classes year after year were among those with the biggest academic growth. After becoming pregnant with twins and having one of them diagnosed with autism, I self-educated about Developmental Individual Relationship Model Therapy and became my daughter’s therapist with great success.
SUPER STAR TEAM
Lawyer with a Master's in Business Law
This fabulous woman was my classmate in Mexico City. I am beyond excited to have her join Spanish Tea Time! She currently lives in Mexico City.
She loves to read while drinking coffee. She loves being able to join Spanish Tea Time because she is able to stay close to her son Diego, a boy full of dreams and with a vivid imagination that she feeds everyday.
She loves getting to know her country through her travels and to teach. She is disciplined and has a contagious laugh.
Teacher Natalia has an Arts Degree
Mrs. Natalia began dancing at the age of six. She has many years of experience teaching students of all ages. She has traveled to Europe representing México.
Teacher Jessica Moreno. Graduated from the National Conservatory of Music
It is amazing how she is able to interact with her students online. She has specialized in early childhood development (4 years and up) and complements her teachings with music theory. Ms. Jess implements various methodologies according to the needs of her students. Trained to teach the Tort method (Mexican method of music education), in which children are gradually introduced to the professional training of a musician, she uses children's folk music of Mexico and other Latin American countries.
Luis Antonio Lozada García
Besides being an English teacher, Mr. Antonio is currently studying to become a surgeon. He enjoys playing guitar and teaching adults.
Daniela Moya Reyes
Ms. Daniela is a bilingual teacher who will soon graduate from Smart Dual University with a degree in Pedagogy. She is a native Spanish speaker living in Michoacan, Mexico. She will be helping enhance our TexMex Amigos Project by inviting her Mexican students to join our monthly online student exchange.