Grace D’Antuono

“I am originally from Rhode Island where I grew up in a big Italian family. I went to Saint Anselm College, a small school in New Hampshire and graduated in 2019 with a degree in International Relations. While I was there, I uncovered a tremendous interest in education and its intersection with equity, social justice […]

Jennifer Mason

In addition to having been an English teacher for over 20 years, Jennifer Mason is also a licensed acupuncturist and a stand up comedian. She started teaching English as a Second Language at the Beijing Languages and Culture University in 1990 and has taught people from all over the world. She will be covering 12th […]

Jacob Mestre

Jacob (Jake) was born and raised right here in Chula Vista just a couple miles away from the High Tech Chula Vista campus! He graduated from Otay Ranch High School down the road. He received a BA in Physical Education from Dominguez Hills in the South-bay of Los Angeles. With a degree in hand, he […]

Robert Harper

I have over 27 years of experience that spans a range of companies from government agencies to small and large businesses, that includes Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, Scripps Institution of Oceanography and a host of start ups and technologies business. When I’m not working or learning new technologies I enjoy cycling, astrophotography, traveling, cooking and […]

Paul Van Straatum

In elementary school I was in resource classes (special education) because I struggled with Dyslexia and Auditory-Processing Disorder. For the students that struggle with math, reading, writing, or ESL, I can not only relate to their frustration, but I can use my story to inspire students to succeed as I have. I love sharing my […]

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