Faculty

ABOUT THE AMERICAN SCHOOL FACULTY Ask most adults about their school years and you will probably hear about one of their favorite teachers. We know that having motivated and skilled teachers who serve as role models for students is equally important as a comprehensive curriculum. Our faculty members are credentialed teachers representing diverse cultures and experiences. As of September 2016, there were 37 full-time and 3 part-time faculty members including 17 U.S. citizens, 13 Mexicans, 7 Canadians and 3 of other nationality, 42 % of whom hold a Masters Degree. We encourage our faculty members to expand their own education and qualifications by providing them with opportunities to attend workshops as well as offering an on-site Masters Degree program from an accredited United States university. The American School values individuality and as a result our faculty members represent a wide range of educational backgrounds, areas of expertise, and nationalities. Feel free to contact them with your questions or comments about the American School. ASPV faculty and staff:

  • ALVAREZ VALDEZ,  LAURA GABRIELA, MEX – Master, Escuela Normal de Jalisco, 5th & 6th, Spanish
  • ARENAS SOTOMA. DEL ROCIO, MEX – Lic. Ciencias de la Educación, Universidad La Salle, 7th- 10th , Spanish Literature & 7th Civics
  • BULLOCK, MARK D., USA – Doctorate in Education (Counseling Psychology) Washington State University, M.Ed & B.A. Whitworth University & B.A. Simpson University; H.S. College Guidance.
  • CASILLAS M.KYLIEL, MEX – Master, Universidad de Guadalajara, 11th & 12th, Spanish Literature
  • CHAVEZSILVIA, MEX – Master, Centro de Estudios de Posgrado SEP, Pre First & S.S.L., Spanish
  • COATESNANCY, CAN – M.Ed., B.A. & B.Ed., Queen’s University, Elementary Principal
  • CONCHA, CAROL C., USA – Master, University of Texas – Pan American, 1st – 6th  Special Services
  • CRUZ, MARITZA, MEX – B.A., California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1st & 2nd English Teacher
  • DUNGER, ROBERT, USA – M.M., Arizona State University & B.M. Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio – Violin Performance; K-12th Music Teacher
  • ESPINOSA S.EDUARDO JOSE, ITA – Bachelor, University of Palermo, Upper School, Athletic Director
  • FARRELL-UBER, JENNIFER, USA – B.S., California State University, Long Beach, Science Primary
  • FENTONHEATHER, CAN – Bachelor, Nipissing University, 12th Media Studies, AP English Lang & Comp, 11th American Lit., 7th English Lit.
  • GODINEZ PEREZMARIA, MEX – Bachelor, Normal Superior Juana de Asbaje, Spanish Preschool
  • GOMEZ ECHEVESTEROCIO, MEX – Bachelor, Universidad del Tepeyac, Instituto Pedagógico Anglo Español 3rd & 4th, Spanish
  • GONZALEZ MORENO, AMANDA, MEX – M.F.A. / M.A., University of North Carolina Wilmington; Admissions and Communications Director.
  • HERNANDEZ MACHIN, KARELA G. VEN – M. E., University of Hartford, Lic. Ed. Universidad Metropolitana; K – 6th, Computer Education
  • KALCHEVSKI, TIFFANI JOUSA – M.E., University of Missouri-Kansas City, B.E. McGill University, Kinder I English Teacher
  • KESTER, MARY ELIZABETHUSA – M. A., Arizona State University & B.S. Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio – 5th & 6th English Teacher
  • KILNERADAM ALEXANDER, ENG – BSC , University of Manchester & Brunel University; Principal Assistant and  7th, 10th, 11th, & 12th, Pre Algebra, Biology, Chemistry & Physics
  • LANGLEYELISE, USA – M. Ed. State University of New York @ Buffalo, B.S. Texas A&M University, General Director
  • LOPEZ COLMENARES FIDELA, MEX – Lic. Educación Primaria, Normal Superior Juana de Asbaje,; 1st & 2nd, Spanish
  • LUND JOHN LOUIS, USA – Master, New Mexico Highlands University, 7th – 12th, Computer Science
  • LUSANE, CAMILLE BERNADETTEUSA – M.A., Montclair State University, M.A. Rutgers University & B.A. Temple University;  3rd & 4th English Teacher.
  • MANZANO QUINTEROJOEL, MEX – Bachelor, Universidad de Guadalajara, Preschool & 7th – 12th, Physical Education
  • MARKSPHILLIP, USA – Master, SUNY @ Buffalo State, B.E. San Jose State University, 1st – 6th, E.S.L. & Special Services
  • MARSHALL, BRETT CHARLES, CAN – B.S., The University of Western Ontario & B.E., University of Toronto, 9th – 12th Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus
  • MARTINEZ ARANDA PAMELA, MEX – B.A., San Francisco State University, Middle & H.S. Librarian
  • MC GUCKIN, KELSEY E., USA – B.S. Colorado State University, Kinder II, English Teacher
  • O’CONNOR, STEACY LEIGH,  CAN – B.E. Queen’s University, Elementary P. E Teacher
  • REIBITZ, JENNIFER LYNN, U.S.A. – B.A.E. Western Michigan University, 7th, 9th. 10th, English Lit.,  Social Studies & AP Economics.
  • RIEFKOHL LISCI, ALEJANDRO, MEX – MD, Emory University  & Universidad Anáhuac, 7th – 12th Math, Pre Algebra, Business Math & Biology.
  • ROSSETTI, LICIA JASMINE, USA – B.A., University of Colorado, Lower & Upper School Art Teacher
  • RUSH, RYANN D., USA – M.Ed, & B.A., University of Oregon, Pre-First English Teacher
  • SALGADOJOSE ANTONIO, MEX – Master, Florida Atlantic University, Jr. & High School Principal
  • THOMAS, CYNTHIA J., USA – Master of Science & B.S. University of Oregon, Interdisciplinary Studies/Counseling & Psychology; School Counselor
  • UBER, SAMUEL R., USA – B.S., Northern Arizona University, 7th – 9th Earth, Life & Physic Science
  • WARKENTIN DE LUNALEZA, CAN – Master, SUNY @ Buffalo State, B.E. The University of Winnipeg, Kinder III English Teacher
  • WILSON, LISA-CATHERINE, CAN – B.E. & B.A., York University, H.S. English Lit., British Lit., World Lit., & Marketing
  • WORDLEY, ALEXANDER G. CAN – B.E.  Queen’s University & B.A. York University, H.S. Social Studies & Psychology.
  • ZAZUETA IBARRA, BRENDA CECILIA, MEX – Doctorate I.T.E.S.M., 12th, Mexican Law, 10th Mexican Geography & 9th Mexican History