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Dr. Ximena Bonilla     

  Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas 

Sandra Ximena Bonilla Medina holds a bachelor degree in Spanish and English from
UnivesidadPedagogical Nacional de Colombia, a Master in applied Linguistics for teaching English as a foreign language from Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas and a Doctor of Education from University of East London, Uk. She is also a full time professor and
researcher at Universidad Distrital. She is a member of ESTUPOLI research group and co-editor of the Colombian Applied Linguistics J.

Dr. Adriana Castañeda

Universidad de los  Andes  

Dr. Adriana Castañeda is  professor  at Universidad de los Andes. Adriana Castañeda-Londoño is an English teacher. Along her professional life, she has been interested in issues of gender and ELT, critical discourse analysis and decolonial projects in the area. Adriana is a doctor in education from Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas.

Dr. Oscar Peláez

Universidad Católica Luis  Amigó

Oscar Alberto Peláez Henao is a professor at Universidad Católica Luis Amigo. He currently coordinates the Master program in Foreign Language Teaching and the research group Construcciones Investigativas en Lenguas Extranjeras (CILEX). His research focuses on the appropriation of language policies by education stakeholders especially in rural areas and the role of teachers as political agents as well.

                                                                       School Teachers

        Alejandra Londoño Ramírez

 Marymount School

Alejandra Londoño Ramírez holds a bachelor degree in Law from Eafit Univeristy, with a Master’s degree in Bilingual Education from Universidad Internacional de la Rioja. Teaching experience in Elementary School, currently being self-contained and homeroom teacher in second grade. Lower Elementary Department head, accompanying and guiding transformation processes, towards becoming a XXI century learning community.

Carolina Caro Garavito
      Marymount School

Carolina Caro holds a Bachelors in Language Education from Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, a Master in Bilingual Education- American College of Education- USA and Continuing education: Making Thinking Visible course- Harvard University. She has twelve years of experience in education, teaching in Colombia and United States. Currently she is an Elementary school principal at Marymount School

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