Veronica is a native Spanish speaker born in Mexico City, Mexico. She has been a life-long learner of the English language while remaining fluent in the Spanish language. She has studied English for over twenty-six years and recognizes the importance of a Bilingual education. She graduated magna cum laude from La Universidad Autonoma De Nuevo Leon in Monterrey, Mexico, with a Bachelors degree in Psychology specializing in Applied Behavioral Analysis. As an undergraduate, she started a translating workshop for technical terminology at her Alma matter and after graduating she established her private practice and worked with children with learning disabilities where she discovered her passion for working with young people. She has lived in the United States since 1996, and became a Professional Judicial Translator and Interpreter from the Southern California School of Interpretation. She is a Curriculum Developer and Language Instructor for the United States Army South, an Adjunct Faculty member of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America and is working on her Master’s Degree in Education. Her two children, ages nine and seven, as well as her extensive travels through Mexico and Central America, have reinforced her commitment to a bilingual education and the desire to encourage others to learn the Spanish language and culture. Veronica understands parents desire to offer children the best education for a highly competitive, global economy and is looking forward to expanding Futura’s impact on education throughout Sothern Texas.
Please contact Veronica regarding new or existing programs in the San Antonio or Austin Areas:
Email: [email protected]
Elizabeth García- Spanish Teacher & Program Coordinator
Lisi was born in New Jersey and lived in Spain since she was three years old. She became part of Futura in September of 2012. She has bachelor’s degree in pedagogy and a master’s degree in childhood and adolescence. Lisi possesses vast experience designing and implementing different educational projects aimed to children and youth. She recognizes the value of non-formal education and the importance of listening to children in order to make the teaching-learning process meaningful and valuable for both, students and educators. Lisi has traveled throughout Europe and collaborated in several solidarity projects in Spain, Mexico and Guinea Ecuatorial.
Learning a second language is not an easy task, therefore, is best to learn through play and enjoy the adventure, with excitement, patience and a lot of disposition!
Please contact Elizabeth Garcia regarding new or existing programs in
the San Antonio or Austin Areas:
Elizabeth Garcia- Program
Email: [email protected]