Our Academic Team
Originally from Portland, Oregon (USA), Murphy has been living in Argentina for over 10 years working in international education. Murphy has a BA from Whitman College where he studied Foreign Languages & Literatures and an MBA at Torcuato Di Tella University in Argentina. As Commercial Manager, Murphy serves as the primary institutional contact for travel organizations and schools interested in sending students to learn Spanish. In his spare time, Murphy enjoys watching Argentine film and making ceramic pieces.
Gabriel was born in Buenos Aires and graduated as a Professor of Spanish, Literature and Latin at the Instituto de Educacion Superior N. 1 Alicia Moreau de Justo. He specialized in the teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language and made different courses, including the International House Certificate For the teaching of ELE, he worked as a Spanish and Literature teacher, and is the current Expanish Academic Director, he loves to teach his language and culture to the students of the school, and he is currently doing a teaching neuroscience course in the Education Association.
Born in Buenos Aires, Milva graduated from the Universidad del Museo Social Argentino as a trained interpreter and a literary translator. Travelling is her passion. She’s been to Uruguay, Mexico, Peru, USA, and many cities in Europe. She speaks English, Spanish and Argentine Sign Language – she loves communicating! In her role at Expanish, she serves as Admissions Advisor, helping students as they choose which program is best for them. In her spare time, she enjoys musicals, theatre and spending time with her family.
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Gisela has a degree in accountancy at the Catholic University of Argentina. She loves learning about different cultures and travelling, this has led her to focus her energies on studying English. An avid runner, Gisela is always on the lookout for gorgeous natural spots during her travels. In her role as Admissions Advisor, Gisela handles day-to-day communication with students and also performs accounting tasks.
Analía was born in Buenos Aires. She has a degree in literatura from the Universidad del Salvador, and has been working as a language teacher for 20 years. The intercultural and creative exchange of the career keeps her passionate and interested. She is fluent in French and greatly enjoy knitting for herself and her family when she has the time.
Antonia was born in Buenos Aires. She is porteña and has dual citizenship: Argentinian and Italian. She lived three years in England and one year in Canada. She loves interacting with foreigners and transmitting the richness of the Spanish language. In her spare time, she paints, makes crafts and goes to the gym.
Rosana was born in Buenos Aires, she is a teacher at the Initial Level, and in 2004 she discovered the beautiful task of teaching the Spanish to foreigners. She participated in many courses and also did the Training Program in Teaching Spanish as a Second and Foreign Language – UBA, and he took the Postgraduate Course “Interculturality and Teaching of Spanish as a Second Language” and Foreign “(IELSE)”
Pablo is a born and bred porteño. He has a degree in literature translating from English to Spanish at the Universidad del Museo Social Argentina, and has been teaching languages for 14 years. He enjoys teaching Spanish in his hometown not only because he gets to introduce others to his culture, but also because he learns about their as well. In his spare time, you can find Pablo working out, reading books in other languages, and planning his next adventure.
Sonia was born in Buenos Aires and she is specialized in teaching Spanish to foreigners. She studied Communication Sciences in the UBA and Journalism in TEA. She also speaks English and enjoys her free time practicing stand up, an area in which she also trained with experts.
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Flor moved to Vancouver, Canada when she was 18 to pursue a BA, and later on an MA, in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of British Columbia. She was able to travel to many different countries and learn about their culture, which helped her realize she wants others to have the same opportunities. As Institutional Relations Manager at Expanish, Flor helps plan and prepare study abroad programs with a variety of institutions.
A local porteño from Buenos Aires, Pablito as he is affectionalely known, is a student of literature and cinema. He studied at the Univeridad de Buenos Aires, and continues to study all the time, today focusing his efforts in learning to cook. He has been teaching languages for 10 years, and continues to do it because he grealty enjoys the process of helping students get better over time. In his spare time you can find him analyzing movies and literature, listening to punk music from the 70s and 80s, and learning about the history of chess.