For TWS, a school’s success depends on the high quality of its teachers. Our experienced teachers are excellent English speakers. They have degrees in the appropriate age group schooling and most hold post-graduate degrees in Education.
Mr. Wingate has taught and held educational management posts in the United Kingdom, the United States and Mexico. These have included City of London School, Wesleyan School in Atlanta as well as several posts at an international School in Mexico. He has taught postgraduate teachers at Endicott College and undergraduate students at Anahuac University. Latterly, Mr. Wingate was appointed “OSC” tutor at Oxford & Cambridge, UK.
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Ms. Casas was founder and Director of the School of Psychology at Anahuac University. She is a member of the scientific committee of FISAC (Fundacion de Investigaciones Sociales A.C.) and of the Consultancy Committee of AMEDIRH (Asociacion Mexicana en Direccion de Recursos Humanos).
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Prior to joining The Wingate School, Ms. Espinosa de los Reyes was General Director of Worldfund, Mexico. Worldfund is a premier U.S. non-profit devoted exclusively to improving basic pre-K through secondary school education in Latin America, by delivering world-class training and ongoing support to teachers and principals from underserved schools in the region.
She was Bancomext´s Trade Commissioner in Atlanta and London, as well as Director of Trade Commissions in Asia and the USA. Her other professional experience was done in El Colegio de Mexico, Banco de Mexico and Mexico´s National Autonomous University (UNAM).
Ms. Espinosa de los Reyes has taught Economics and Mathematics at the Anahuac University and UNAM.
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Ms. Wingate grew up in Mexico, the United States and England. Juliet holds a degree in Economics from the University of Bath, UK and is a Financial Services Authority Approved Person. Prior to joining The Wingate School, she worked in the financial industry in London at BNP Paribas and with Protego Asesores/Evercore Partners in Mexico City. She also held a post as an Economist in the UK’s Government Economics Service in London.