Faculty

David Miller

Director and Secondary Principal

Highest Degree Years

(Teaching experience)

Years

(AP experience)

MA Education Administration 20 16

I have more than 30 years’ experience in K-12 schools, with twenty of those years spent internationally.  My teaching and administrative experience has been split almost evenly.  I hold a BA, MA, and four years’ work toward a PhD at Stanford University (not completed), all in the educational field.  I have worked in both large and small schools, and in both boarding and day schools. I am currently certified in mathematics and social studies, along with an administrative credential in education. This is my 8th year at Yangon Academy. Prior to joining Yangon Academy I was the HS principal for nine years in a large Catholic school in Bangkok, which offered both Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) coursework.

As you can see I’m fairly versatile, and I hope all this experience and formal training will make for a high level of contributing support for students, parents, and teachers — particularly as we continue to celebrate the prior and current successes of Yangon Academy, while moving into greater future accomplishments.  I’m very happy to be here and a part of Yangon Academy.

Ad astra! To the stars!

Mike Gordon

Secondary Principal

Highest Degree Years

(Teaching experience)

Years

(Administration experience)

M.Ed. School Administration 29 24

With this start to the 2020-21 school year, I am honored to begin my fourth year of employment at Yangon Academy. Moreover, it is the privilege of my career, specifically during this unprecedented time for educators worldwide, to assume my new role as Secondary School Principal. As we are blessed with an experienced, talented, and dedicated international faculty, I have no doubt the challenges of this school year will be thoroughly well met, with students and parents exceedingly well served.

For our new students and parents, please know I am an American national and, for the past 29 years, I have been an English and Social Studies teacher, a multi-sport athletic coach, and an administrator in independent schools throughout the state of Massachusetts.  After earning an undergraduate degree from Villanova University in History and a graduate degree from Boston College in Educational Administration, my career has been characterized by a diversity of educational leadership roles, but with always a student-centered focus.  From serving students and families in an inner-city neighborhood to serving stakeholders in independent boarding and day schools I, like my colleagues at Yangon Academy, have enthusiastically worn the “many hats” of an educator.

As all Yangon Academy faculty and staff know and appreciate, our greatest strength as a school community is our wonderful students and supportive parents. And, it is with this strength in mind that inspires the teacher-administration team to make sure 2020-21 will be the secondary school’s best year yet!

Go Wolves!

Kim Philot

Assistant Secondary Principal

Highest Degree Years (teaching experience)
Master’s Degree- Educational Leadership 16

Hello!

I am so excited and happy to be joining Yangon Academy this year and working with all of you!  I am originally from Trion, Georgia (USA), although I have not lived there since 1999 (I still have the Southern accent, though, don’t worry).  In the last 16 years, I have been lucky enough to teach in Arizona, Egypt, The Republic of Georgia, Austria, Italy and even did a few summers in Switzerland.  Most recently, however, I was the Head of Teaching and Learning and IB Coordinator at a school near Venice and I recently became a mom to a little girl named Ivy (born on April Fool’s Day).  While I am mainly known an English teacher, I also have tried my hand at history, photography, journalism and even Theory of Knowledge.  A few years ago, I felt ready to move into administration and went back to school for my Master’s in Educational Leadership.  I am so happy I did. I have loved the challenge and really feel I have grown these last three years both personally and professionally.  When not spending time with my students and fellow teachers, I suppose my favorite thing to do is to travel the world and I have been to over 80 countries to-date.  In addition, I  also enjoy taking pictures.  Many years ago, I was convinced that is what I wanted to do with my life and even got a Bachelor’s degree in photojournalism from The University of Nebraska (go Huskers).  I cannot wait to take my camera around Myanmar and try to capture the beauty of this amazing culture.  I love sports and I am a diehard Atlanta Falcons fan, although they make it heartbreaking to cheer for them at times.  Being married to a Brazilian, I have even grown to love soccer; I never thought I would find myself such a fan, but here we are.  I cannot wait to see what this year holds for us as a team and (above all) for our students.

Roll on, August!

Katelyn Kearney

Counselor

Highest Degree Years (teaching experience)
M.A School Counseling 13

I have been an international school counselor for the past 13 years and was privileged to have been a part of the incredible communities at the American School of Doha in Qatar, Shanghai American School in China, Brent International School Manila in the Philippines, and most recently the International School of Dakar in Senegal.

My undergraduate and graduate school was in Michigan, USA where I first majored in Anthropology and then went on to get my Masters in School Counseling. However, I am actually a product of the International School system and spent first through twelfth grade growing up in the wonderful city of Seoul, Korea.

I’ve heard so many good things about this community of students and educators and I’m really looking forward to joining Yangon Academy!

 

Robert Powers

Curriculum Coordinator

Highest Degree Years (teaching experience)
M.A. in International Education 23

My name is Robert Powers.  This is my 3rd year at Yangon Academy.  I will be teaching 7th and 8th grade English.  My sons and I continue to be excited to live in Yangon and support Yangon Academy. I have taught American curriculum and IB Programme at international schools for 24 years in Bahrain, Uzbekistan, Kuwait, Taiwan and Indonesia, and India.  But I have never had the opportunity to work in Myanmar.  This is truly thrilling for my sons, Danny, Alex, and myself to be in Yangon.

Before I became a teacher, I was a US Navy Musician. We performed on saxophone throughout the Philippines, Australia and other Asian countries as “Ambassadors of Good Will.”  I hold a BA in film composition from Berklee College of Music in Boston and an MFA in creative Writing from Columbia University in the City of New York

Dr. Tun Liang Ong

HS Mathematics

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

Ph.D. (Oceanography, Rhode Island) 15

Dr. T. L. Ong an innovative educator who has taught in the United States and China for 15 years. He has a Ph.D. (Oceanography, Rhode Island). His core teaching areas are Science, Math, and Statistics. Before becoming a teacher, he was a research scientist and had successfully re-trained and brought many under-performing students to professional success. Over the years, he has enrolled over 100 Houston inner-city students for outdoor Geoscience camp run by UT Austin. The exposure spurred many of them to major in Science and Engineering in college. His motto is REACH OUT and TEACH EFFECTIVELY. He enjoys teaching because it is challenging but rewarding.

Maria Liza Valero

HS/MS Mathematics

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

MA in Innovative Mathematics Education 23

Mabuhay!

My name is Maria Liza Valero and I am an educator with a long and rewarding experience in teaching students of diverse nationalities. While working outside my home country, the Philippines, the charming culture and lovely people of various countries never cease to enchant me.

Apart from the learning opportunities that I had attended, I also hold the following degrees: Bachelor in Science in Secondary Education, Major in Mathematics; Diploma in Mathematics Teaching and Master of Arts in Innovative Mathematics Education. For more than 20 years, I have been sharing my knowledge in Math and Physics subjects of different international curricula. I find great happiness in developing my students’ love for learning and being instrumental to their own Eureka moments inside my classroom.

I am excited to finally be a part of Yangon Academy International School!

See you around!

George Lovell

HS/MS Mathematics

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

BS Social Science Education 7

I have been teaching for more than 7 years now both internationally and within my home country of the USA. I have taught grades 6-12, tutored ages 3-adult, and coached ages 4-adult. I have taught in 3 different states within the US, and now 4 different countries (to include Myanmar). My educational background is diverse and qualifies me to teach many subjects. I hold a BS in Social Science Education as well as an Endorsement in Mathematics. My previous position was in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where I taught Geometry, Global Politics, and 2 courses of US History across 3 grades. I have worked with a number of different curricula during my professional career including the Canadian Curriculum, Cambridge IGCSE / A-Level, and Common Core. I am glad to be joining such a strong academic institution in Yangon Academy. I am confident that the talents and skills which I have accrued will be applied and utilized in an effort to further the opportunities of these young students moving forward. Looking forward to the year ahead!

 

Marsha Lea Woodward

HS Language Arts/ School Counselor

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

Master of Science School Counciling 21

My name is Lea Woodward, and I am entering my 21 years of teaching, of which, the past eight have been in international postings.  I have taught grades 6 – 12, and I have held numerous roles both as a teacher and in leadership positions. Besore Yangon, I was in Monterrey, Mexico as the Gifted/Talented Learning Specialist with grades; 6-9.

My guiding principles include encouraging student choice, creating an environment of authentic learning, and helping students feel comfortable enough to participate and share their results with a public audience. I feel that it is important for students to understand that learning is a dynamic, exciting and, often, a surprising process!

Oliver Sabio Calledo  

MS Social Studies

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

Earned 36 units in Master of Arts in Education Teaching Social Studies and Bachelor of Secondary Education – Social Studies 16

Hello everyone, my name is Oliver Sabio Calledo. I was born and grew up in Davao City, Philippines, where I finished my Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education major in Social Studies and obtained my professional license to teach in 2005. From 2005 until 2013, I spent my first eight years teaching in a Filipino-Chinese school, where I taught Ancient and Modern World History, Asian Civilizations, Fundamentals of Economics, and Philippine History.

Years later, I pursued my Master’s degree in Education teaching Social Studies; however, while working on my thesis writing, I applied and offered to teach in an international school in Jakarta, Indonesia. From 2013 – 2019, I taught IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) and AS/A (Advanced Subsidiary/Advanced) Level Geography and Humanities in Jakarta. With sheer hard work and dedication, I was appointed and promoted as the subject head of the department for five years. My international teaching stint in Indonesia expanded my horizons and opened great opportunities for me, which I am grateful for.

With the desire to be engaged and immersed in global cultures, I explored the opportunity to teach in Africa. I spent two years from 2019 – 2021 in an international school in the Republic of the Congo, teaching Middle and High School Social Studies and Economics for the 12th Grader. While in Congo, in Africa, I moderated and supervised the Model United Nations (MUN), and together with our students, we represented the Congo-Brazzaville at MUN in American School Dubai. This new school year, I am excited and honored to be teaching and living in Yangon, Myanmar, looking forward to meeting my new colleagues at school and students in my Social Studies class. I hope to get to know each of them as people I will be working with and as individual learners to help them grow as they begin their journey into Secondary School.

Outside of teaching, I spend time traveling and exploring new places I haven’t been to and spend quality time with my family and good old friends. Also, I love trying new food and delicacies of the places I have visited. Since I love history and cultures, I am delighted to live, explore, and share the beauty of Myanmar and incorporate these things into my everyday lessons.

Gordon Ricketts

High School Social Studies

Highest Degree Years

(Teaching experience)

Years

(AP experience)

B.S.MBA in International Management 14+ 2+

I have over 13 years of teaching experience in K-12 schools in USA. In addition, I spent 6 years teaching English in Tokyo, Japan. I have taught in high schools in Savannah, Georgia and in Metro Atlanta. I am certified to teach Economics/ Business and German/ English. Regarding my formal training, I hold a B.S. MBA in International Management. Prior to teaching, I worked with Siemens in the USA and with a BASF/ Siemens joint venture in Mannheim, Germany.

Before joining Yangon Academy, I was an AP Economics and Business teacher for an International School in Yangon. With my international work experience, I look forward to working with my students at Yangon Academy.

Brett Poncia

MS English

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

BA in Business Administration

Postgraduate teaching certification in ESOL K-12

Philosophy

7

Hi, my name is Brett Poncia, and I am from a charming city in northern California called Redding. This will be my first year teaching at Yangon Academy International School, and I am honored to join the accomplished team of educators at YA. I completed my BA in Business Administration from Dominican University of California, where I also earned an athletic scholarship to compete for the NCAA men’s basketball team. After a brief stint in the business world, I decided to make a career change and pursue teaching. Shortly after, I received my postgraduate teaching certification in ESOL from the University of West Florida.

I began my teaching career in Beijing, China where I taught a variety of subjects at a primary school. During my time there, I grew deeply passionate about the learning process and seeing my students thrive in the classroom. After nearly two years in China, I accepted a Grade 2 ESL position at ILBC in Yangon. I taught Grade 2 for six years at ILBC and coached the high school girl’s basketball team. Teaching in China and at ILBC gave me an opportunity to grow as an educator and develop my teaching methods. I am excited to bring my enthusiasm for reading and writing, along with my effective teaching methods to Yangon Academy.  .

In my free time, I enjoy exercising, watching and playing sports, reading novels, and finding the best Shan Noodle restaurants. I also have an intense passion to travel and taste unfamiliar foods. Some of my favorite places to explore in Myanmar include Hpa-An, Ngwe Saung, and Kalaw.

David Rowland

Social Studies

Highest Degree Years

(Teaching experience)

Years

(AP experience)

M.A. 22+ 3

My name is David Rowland-an American national- and since 1989, I’ve been teaching a variety of subjects in a variety of different locals, accumulating 21 years of teaching experience in the process. This is my fourth year at YA.

After completing a B.A. in Education, I started teaching special Needs in my home state of Kentucky while working on an M.A. in history & political science. After finishing my M.A., I taught U.S. history and political science course at community college and started a Ph.D. on the History of the South (dissertation incomplete). I also taught World Civilization courses as part of my assistantship, being very active – as president of Phi Alpha Theta-writing and presenting papers at academic conferences.

In 2003, I started teaching both English-language and content courses at university in South Korea, completing a CELTA while there, which changed my teaching style greatly. After seven years, I moved to Kunming, China. For Kaplan International, I taught American Studies to university students transferring to American and British university. By combining my education & experience with the strong language based approach that CELTA instills, I hope to continue helping non-native English speakers break down and understand difficult content in the field of Social Studies.

The last four years at Yangon Academy have been some of my most challenging because of the addition of more AP classes. I continue to think that the student at YAIS have stepped up and performed at a very high level on AP tests.  I look forward to experiencing more of that success this year, despite the distance-learning challenge set before us.

Jill Snedden

Curriculum Coordinator

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

M.Ed. International Education 30

Originally from Ohio in the U.S.A. I started my international teaching career (and flew on a plane for the first time) 30 years ago when I moved to Bulgaria as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Since then I have had the privilege of living in eight countries and teaching students at every grade level from kindergarten through twelfth. In addition to teaching high school English, EAL and Learning Support in Peru, Kuwait, South Korea, Syria, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Bahrain, I’ve worked as an assistant principal, curriculum coordinator, and accreditation team leader in international schools as well. Along with my passion for teaching is my passion for learning. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Akron and a master’s degree in International Education from Endicott College, and most recently earned a Certificate of International Education Administration.

In my free time I enjoy cooking, swimming, reading, playing board games, and traveling. I am delighted to be joining Yangon Academy in the fall and especially excited about moving to Yangon after having visited a few years ago and being charmed by the people and culture of Myanmar.

Michael Kent Fluge

Science

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

B.S. degree in Applied Science and Technology 13+

My name is Michael Kent Fluge, and I am from Los Angeles California. I have been teaching for 10 years in Thailand, Korea, Philippines, Taiwan and Yangon Academy International School in Myanmar. I have a B.S. degree in Applied Science and Technology majoring in environmental science from Thomas Edison State University and I am currently working on my Masters of Arts degree in secondary education. I worked for the EPA in Washington DC, solid waste division, as a summer intern and found the work there to be very rewarding. I worked for the air quality division in Pima County Arizona and found the work there to be rewarding as well. I have many ideas and inventions relating to wind, hydro, and magnetic field systems to generate electrical energy that have been submitted to National Institutes of Standards and Technology(NIST), Los Angeles department of Water and Power and Pacific Gas and Electric. I look forward to working with the faculty, staff as well as teaching the students at Yangon Academy and experiencing the culture of Myanmar.

Mar Mar Wai

Science and Lab Coordinator

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

Years

(teaching in universities)

Years

(teaching in Int’l school)

Ph.D, Yangon Technological University 33 23 10

This is my 9th year working at Yangon Academy International School. I have been teaching Chemistry for 33 years from grade nine to university level. I came to Yangon Academy International School after teaching in Yangon, Pathein University, and Yangon, Pyae, Hlaing Thar Yar Technological Universities and also Bright Star Education Center. I hold two Bachelor’s Degrees, B.Sc (Chemistry) and B.Sc (Hons:) from Yangon University. When I was serving as a Demonstrator in Yangon University, I received my Masters degree, M.Sc (Organic Chemistry), in the research work of “Isolation and Identification of Yeasts from Different Fruits”. My Ph.D degree is from Yangon Technological University and my research topic is “Synthesis of Metal Extractant from Renewable Resources”. I also had a training course with a scholarship on “Environmental & Health Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Toxic Chemicals” held in Chulabhorn Research Institute in Bangkok, Thailand while I was doing my research. I have had experience in supervising M.Sc, Ph.D Candidates from Engineering Chemistry, Yangon Technological University. As a scientist, my hobbies are doing research, reading, traveling and doing needle work, like knitting, crochet, tatting and design making. Also I work on the training of IGCSE Chemistry students on the weekends. Now I am teaching General Chemistry and AP Chemistry for high school students

Toni Rose Tanudra

Music

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

Bachelor of Music in Music Education 14

Hi! I am Toni Rose T. Juario. I am a music teacher with 14 years of teaching experience. Teaching music has always been my passion. I have taught music in the Philippines, Thailand and Myanmar.

I graduated from Silliman University with the degree in Bachelor of Music in Music Education. Throughout my teaching career, I have been driven to help students achieve their very best. I believe that music has the power to change lives- to enhance the social, cultural and spiritual lives of people, and serve as a medium for personal expression.

I am excited for another fruitful year in Yangon Academy International School.

Naw Lin Nandar Zaw

Music

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

Bachelor’s Degree in English 5

Hi! I am Naw Lin Nandar Zaw.I have acquired a Bachelor’s Degree in English and I have studied Diploma Violin Performance and Elemental Music Pedagogy in Tiroler Landeskonservatorium, Austria. I have participated in several orchestra performances internationally in my twelve years of experience. I have had the opportunity to hold a number of professional roles including music Teacher, musician instructor, and private musical instruments instructor. As a Music teacher, in my student-teaching experience, I taught music education principles to students in kindergarten through high school. Throughout my teaching career, I have been driven to help students achieve their very best. The main reason that allows be to be a very strong music teacher is I want to enable the child to enjoy and understand music and to appreciate it critically. My vision to my students is to nurture the child’s self – esteem and self- confidence through participation in musical performance and to a faster, higher – order thinking and lifelong learning through the acquisition of musical knowledge, skills, concept and values – enhance the quality of the child’s life through aesthetic musical experience. I am very excited to be a part of the Yangon Academy International School family!

Barani

Physical Education

Highest Degree Years (teaching experience)
M.A. in International Education 7+

My name is Ms. Barani, and this is my second year as a faculty member at Yangon Academy. I am very happy and proud to teach your children PE here at the secondary school! For my education, I received a bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of East Yangon in 2006, but my passion is with competitive athletics and coaching students. I have been practicing Karate since I was 7-years-old, and I coached for many years at Thuwanna Karate-do Club. I received my Karate-Do Coaching Certificate in 2004. In my own Karate experiences, I have won many medals in various competitions. In addition to coaching Karate, I also have 4 years’ experience in coaching swimming at Horizon Kindergarten School and 4 years’ experience in teaching primary PE at Shuu Khinn Thar International College. I have the training and knowledge to create lesson plans that teach students the proper skills for PE: Stamina, Agility, Endurance, Teamwork, and Sportsmanship. Just as importantly, I also possess the patience and dedication needed to work with teenagers and to maintain an orderly and safe learning environment. Beyond teaching and coaching, I enjoy adventure travel, cooking, making new friends, playing with my pets, and, of course, playing sports!

 Khaing Mar Lar Phyo

Computer Studies 

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

B. A (English) 10

I have been working as a Computer Science teacher with young learners and adults for over 10 years in a variety of settings such as private schools, international schools, private ICT training centers, and programming schools.  And, I have also worked in private schools as a licensed English teacher with young learners and adults.

I hold a BA in English, Diploma in English Language Teaching Methodology (Yangon University of Education – YUOE), Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Development (YUOE), Certificate Course in ECCD (Department of Social Welfare) and, Diploma in HRM (IQN-UK). My teaching experience includes: English and Computer Science.  And, I have been working as a principal and lead teacher in PNYK Computer Training Center since 2011. I have been also working in Engineering for Kids Myanmar as a lead teacher since 2020.

I am very excited to join Yangon Academy and assist students with their academic and emotional growth while preparing for the next step in their educational and career aspirations.

 

Min Thant Kyaw

Art/ PE Health

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

Degree in Social Science 6+

I got my associate degree in social science, in Japan. I’m also a certified personal trainer. Art and fitness are the two things I’m very passionate about. I have over 6 years of experience teaching art and coaching healthy adults. I hope to help the students realize their true potentials with my support and resources. I can’t wait to meet my students and start connecting with the community at Yangon Academy.

Nyein Nyein Ei

Art

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

BA (Painting) in NUAC (2001-2004)

MA in Painting studies (2018-2020)

12

Hello! I am Nyein Nyein Ei. I am a professional art teacher with over ten years of experience teaching art at all levels, ranging from kindergarten to college. I am an expert at encouraging creativity while simultaneously teaching solid technical skills. Backed by a master’s degree in Art, my specialty is in fine art painting, and art history. I graduated from the National University of Arts and Culture in 2004 with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Art Education. I attended the master’s degree course expected in 2018-2020 at NUAC. Teaching Art is my passion and I want to use my passion to spread knowledge about arts and crafts. My teaching method is based on what I have learned and experienced, and my main focus is to inspire the students to create something on their own. Sharing this with students adds so much happiness to my world. I have the pleasure of teaching Visual Arts to the students and am also very excited to be an art teacher in the Yangon Academy International School family!

Khin Ma Gyi

Secondary Teacher

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

BA History 14+

My Name is Khin Ma Gyi. This is my 12nd year working at Yangon Academy. I received my BA in History from the Yangon University of Distance Education. I’ve completed the certificate of completion for Secondary English Language Teaching (CiSELT) from British Council. I’ve got a certificate of TexT (Teachers Exchange and Training) training from the Suu Foundation and East West Center in 2014, 2015 and 2018 summers.

While teaching at Yangon Academy, I have also volunteered as an organizer and volunteer teacher with the Myanmar Children’s foundation to teach children from poor families at the different monasteries on the outskirts of Yangon in our Doorway to English Program.

(www.myanmarchildrenfoundation.com).

I do volunteer work as a trainer for TEXT Program to give the training to the teachers from the monastic and nunnery schools which have a very low quality of teaching (www.suufoundation.org).  At the same time, I also ran the Community Service Program with the secondary school students at the Monastic School on the outskirt of Yangon. For me, it has been an extraordinary period of collaboration. It has taught me about the remarkable opportunities that exist from harnessing the power of people’s natural instinct to help each other.

Before coming to Yangon Academy, I worked as a freelance teacher for several years. I love to teach the children and listen to the music. I enjoy teaching, camping, traveling, cooking, and learning new things.

 Chit Loon Kyin

Secondary Teacher 

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

(HND) Business Management 8+

Hello, my name is Chit Loon Kyin. I have over eight years of experience in education. I am thrilled to say this is my 4th year teaching at Yangon Academy International School. I have many fond memories of this wonderful school and I’m happy to be back for another great year! I graduated with a Business Management Degree from Wigan & Leigh college of United Kingdom. I have also experienced teaching Myanmar Language in Thailand. My passion is teaching. I am a creative, energetic and patient person. My effective instructional techniques allow me to teach my students properly. I am able to manage students and able to apply self-discipline for my students. In my time outside of the classroom, I enjoy cooking, traveling, reading, and spending time with my family. I look forward to many more years here!

Phyo Min Han

Secondary Teacher

Highest Degree Years

(teaching experience)

B. Ed  11+

My name is Phyo Min Han and I have had the privilege of being a part of Yangon Academy since 2018. After spending nine years teaching in local and international education fields, I was excited to expand my role at YA, first as a Beginner teacher for Myanmar Studies and now as Grade 9 and all levels of Myanmar Studies teacher. Together, with a team of amazing and creative teachers, I am committed to providing my students with a loving and developmentally sound foundation for a lifetime of learning. The number one reason I chose to become a teacher is because I enjoy seeing children progress and learn new concepts. I was serving as a teacher volunteer in government school. In my time outside of the classroom, I enjoy traveling, reading, dancing, advocating for social justice, and working in the ministry.

My Education and Professional Background

1- Certificate in Education

2- Diploma in Teacher Education

3- Postgraduate Diploma in Education

4- Bachelor of Education

Currently, I am trying to continue my Masters Degree.