Maria Luisa Medina
Fernando holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from Florida International University and a Master’s Degree in Information Technology from Capella University in Minnesota (U.S).
Fernando worked in the U.S. and England as a mathematics professor as well as a digital security consultant for the Peruvian government. He has also taught at the mechanical engineering department of the German Armed Forces University in Hamburg. Fernando teaches a variety of Computer Science classes for CGE.
Saki received her B.A. and Licentiate’s degree in Hospitality Management from San Ignacio de Loyola University, and her Masters from National Chiayi University (Taiwan). She is also a current PhD student in the field of Tourism.
Saki’s teaching interests include cultural tourism, Introduction to tourism and Food and Beverage Management. In 2015, she won the Taiwan Scholarship and the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship Award while studying in Taiwan. Her primary research interests are in the hospitality industry. Specifically, she is interested in gastronomy tourism and tourist behavior.
Sixto holds a degree in Philosophy from Normal Superior Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo (Peru). He is a former social studies teacher at Colegio F. D. Roosevelt (Lima) and has worked and taught in the field of debate since 1992, teaching debate techniques and rules for Broward College as part of the CGE.
Monica is a bilingual actor with more than 11 years of experience working in New York City, where she received training under the Stanislavsky method and methods developed from the Group theater, as well as in the Michael Chejov and Jerzy Grotowsky techniques. In 2006, she completed her Master in Fine Arts in Acting at the Actors Studio Drama School at The New School in New York to then go into collaborating as an actor in physical and experimental work throughout the city. She also has a Bachelor´s Degree from the Universidad del Pacífico (Peru).
Before moving overseas, Monica landed the role of general manager for Compagnia de´ Colombari, an international theater company created by Artistic Director Karin Coonrod alongside many artists from the New York stage. She then went on to be a Development Associate for White Wave Young Soon Kim Dance Company and oversaw the overall strategy for sustainable growth of the company.
Riad earned his Master’s Degree in English Linguistics, Literature and Civilization at the University of Toulon (France).
He was born and raised in France, and has worked at several five-star hotel chains in both the U.S. and Peru, most recently as the General Manager for the Costa del Sol Wyndham Lima Airport. Peviously, he held a variety of positions for the French hotel chain Accor and also for Marriott International. He is our newest professor at the Center for Global Education and teaches as part of our University of Houston program.