Mr. Luis Madrid is from Spain and he is the Headmaster at Ágora Lledó International School. He holds a Degree in Spanish Language and Literature specialising in. Mr. Madrid has lived and worked in Spain, Ecuador, Chile and Costa Rica as a School Headmaster and in Hungary as Coordinator of Spanish as a foreign language. In 2006 he was named the Assessor for Spanish as a foreign language by the Spanish Embassy in Hungary and the Cultural Attaché for the Spanish Ministry of Education. He has collaborated equally with the Ministry of Education of the Government of the Valencian Community and has started up Linguistic training and advice for Teachers in Public school education within a multilingual context. Mr. Madrid has served on the ISA BOARD for 4 years and has participated in promoting educational and cultural activities between international schools.
Mariely Cuevas is from New York City. She has a Bachelors of Arts from the State University of New York at Albany and a Masters degree in Marketing and Commercial Management from ESEM Business School in Madrid. She has developed her career in advertising and other international companies. Mariely has volunteered in various children focused non-governmental organizations and is a strong believer that "Children are the world's future, and we need to take care of them like we would any precious resource.” - Ziggy Marley
Dr.Bonardi has a Ph.D. in Romance Studies. He is the Head of School and Director General of Cité Scolaire Internationale (AEFE/MLF), a school chain in Senegal and Mali. He has been trained in a number of international level workshops on educational innovation. His previous postings include French Polynesia (as an Associate professor), Washington D.C. (as a Deputy Head of the French International School) and New York City (Head of School of Lyceum Kennedy).
Monica Segovia is from Spain. She has been part of the SEK and IES International Education Institution her whole life as part of the founding family. She obtained her bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami with a mention in management and marketing. She has taken part in different roles within the education community, starting off as a primary school teacher and then moving to a managerial role in the Institution's marketing department. She is now serving as the Vice President of International Education Systems, supervising the 10 schools present in 7 countries that form the IES group.
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