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Daniela Zallocco holds a Bachelor in Politics (Universidad de Buenos Aires) and a Masters in Policies of Education (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella). She currently works in Ministerio de Educación de la Nación as Project Coordinator, coordinating UNESCO ASPnet. In 2013, she was selected from over 5000 applications to participate in UNESCO ESD Conference in Japan. In 2012 her webinars for English Teachers in Argentina related to the use of ICT in class were nominated for an ELTon award, British Council, under the category Local Innovation.

Lina Jacovkis is a teacher of English who graduated at  ISP "Dr. Joaquín V. González". She is finishing her Master's Degree in Comparative Literature at the University of Buenos Aires and a Specialization Sourse In Contemporary Literature in English at IESLV "Juan R. Fernández". She works as an English teacher in public schools of the city of Buenos Aires, in the Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires and in the UMET (Universidad Metropolitana para la Educación y el Trabajo). Moreover, she is the Head of the Communications department at the EEM Nro 3 DE 7 and works as a tutor in the course in Culture Theory at the Postgraduate Degree in Writing and Literature at the I.N.F.D.

Carolina Echeverría holds a M.A. degree in Applied Theatre, Drama in the Community and Drama Education from Central School of Speech and Drama (CSSD), London (2004). She has organized and facilitated workshops within NGOs in UK, Brazil, Cambodia, Vietnam and Buenos Aires for various vulnerable groups. Since her return to Buenos Aires, Carolina has created her own Theatre for Development Company called “TrafO” (Theatre as a tool for for Transformation) running workshops in male and female prisons, special needs schools and communities centers.
She has also been a guest lecturer at Central for the postgraduate students in Applied Theatre about the use of Theatre of the Oppressed and Theatre for Development. Carolina has been teaching Drama in institutions of higher education since 1996 in Buenos Aires and has taught for three years at the Gateway Academy in UK, where she created a Drama Behavioral Project for challenging and disturbed young people. She has been coordinating and teaching Drama within the Primary and Middle Years IB programme at St Catherine´s-Moorlands School since 2007 and directs the after school drama clubs for secondary years at both sites.
Actress graduated from Escuela de Arte Dramático de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (1996); has performed in various mainstream plays within the fringe sector in Buenos Aires, such as The Suburban Players and the BAC and London, such as Rough Cut Theatre

Cecilia Sassone is a Profesora de Inglés from Instituto de Enseñanza Superior en Lenguas Vivas “Juan R. Fernández” (1999) and a Licenciada en Lengua Inglesa from Universidad de Belgrano (2010). She holds three diplomas in e-learning from Universidad Tecnológica Nacional/Net-Learning, has worked as an e-moderator with the British Council for its teacher training courses in learning technologies and has designed and developed in-company self-access language learning programs. Since 1997 she has delivered the Workshop on Games, Music, Crafts and Technology at the I.E.S. en Lenguas Vivas “Juan R. Fernandez” and has lectured in different schools, institutions and conferences nationwide (IATEFL, FAAPI, AEXALEVI, SHARE). In 2016 she was appointed Director of the English Teacher Training Department at IES en Lenguas Vivas “JRF”. She has worked for 16 years at all levels of education, and for almost 30 years coordinating, designing and delivering business courses to executives in national and multinational companies. Her 23 year-research into adult language learning has shaped her postgraduate studies and resulted in the subsequent birth of her Spiderweb Method® for teenage and adult language learning, which has earned her the “Innovation and Achievement Award 2015” by the Share Education Committee.

Analía Duarte is a Licenciada in English, an English Teacher and a Scientific-Literary Translator from Universidad del Salvador. She has an MA in ELT and Applied Linguistics from University of London. She did an MA in Organizational Psychology at Universidad de Belgrano. She specializes in linguistic autonomy, corporate programs, and soft skills in English. Also, she is a teacher trainer and lecturer. She is the Managing Director at LEAPS Innovative English Methodology.

Natalia Barry is an actress. She is about to become a Scientific-Literary Translator from Instituto de Enseñanza Superior en Lenguas Vivas “J. R. Fernández.” She delivers drama workshops for learners and teachers. Also, she co-delivers presentations and personal impact workshops at LEAPS Innovative English Methodology. 

Pablo Demarchi has completed his education on English Phonetics and Phonology at University College London (UCL), UK. He is an active Member of the Pronunciation Special Interest Group (PronSig) – IATEFL, England, and a Professional Member of TESOL, UK – Expert Group in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFLIS). He has taken part in several International Conferences and Congresses around Latin America. Pablo is also a Private Pilot, and he teaches communication skills for pilots and air traffic controllers to meet the ICAO language proficiency standards. Pablo devotes his time as both the Exclusive Academic Representative for City College,UK in Argentina, Chile & Uruguay, and the Senior Director of Studies at International English Centre (IEC), where he conducts Teacher Training Programmes.Additionally, he acts as a Senior Examiner & Assessor for ESOL examinations in South America.
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