CV (Abridged)

Spanish Faculty, George Mason University (2006-present)

Ph.D. in Early-Modern Spanish Literature, The Catholic University of America (2014)

M.A. in English Linguistics, George Mason University  (GMU) (in progress)
Graduate Certificate of Teaching English as a Second Language, GMU (2016)
M.A. in Foreign Languages, GMU (2006)
BA in Teaching Foreign Languages (English), Profesorado Joaquín V. González, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1988)

ESL Professor, Virginia Tech Language and Culture Institute (2014-Aug. 2018)
Full-Time Term Assistant Professor of Spanish, Modern & Classical Languages, George Mason University (2011-2016)
Basic Spanish Program, Director,  Modern & Classical Languages, George Mason University (2012-2016)
Teaching Assistant, The Catholic University of America (2008-2010)
Instructor, Northern Virginia Community College (2007-2009- 2011)
Visiting Spanish Instructor, University of Mary Washington (2008)
Teacher, Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia. (2005-2007)
Teacher, Loudoun County Public Schools, Virginia sponsored by Visiting International Faculty, (2002-2005)
Spanish Instructor, Universidad de Buenos Aires (2001-2002)
Foreign-Language Methodology Lecturer, Profesorado del Sagrado Corazón, Buenos Aires (1999-2002)
Foreign-Language Methodology Teaching Assistant: Profesorado Superior Joaquín V. González, Buenos Aires. (1991-1997).
English in-company instructor in Buenos Aires (1987-2001)
English instructor at the Lincoln English Institute in Buenos Aires (1988-2001)
Founder, Director and Foreign-Language Methodology Coach at Creative Learning Center, Buenos Aires (1995-2001)


2017. Nomination for the Hokie Stone Team Award issued by Virginia Tech for being an “expert, uncompromising, and empathetic professor.”

2015. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences, George Mason University, Term Faculty Professional Development Award.

2011 & 2012. Lee-Hatzfeld Award (The Catholic University of America)

2009. Mead Leadership Award at The Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, New York City.

2009. Best presentation at GWATFL (Greater Washington Association of Teachers of Foreign Languages).

Toastmasters International

Burke Toastmasters (member since October 2016).
Vice President of Education and Pathways Base-Camp manager (2017-2019)
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