Adriana Guarinos, MEd
Adriana Guarinos has a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Calgary. After living most of her life in Argentina, she moved to Canada with her family in the year 2000. In 2011, she made The Woodlands her new home.
She has widespread teaching experience at the kindergarten, elementary, secondary, and college level. She enjoys learning about different cultures, working with diverse populations, and helping people in need. In pursuit of that passion, she worked as the Global Classroom Manager for UNICEF Alberta in Canada. In that role, she developed and delivered multiple workshops discussing, “How to Teach Children’s Rights,” and “Conflict Resolution in the Classroom” at Teacher Conferences around the province.
Adriana’s areas of expertise include curriculum development, learning theories, second language learning and teaching. Since her move to United States, her new goal has been to help improve the literacy skills of people in Montgomery County. Adriana has three children and a husband. In her free time she likes to run, play tennis, and travel to different countries.