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Nicholas Allanach
Academic Director / PDSO

Nicholas Allanach is the Academic Director of Global ESL Academy. Nicholas holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Southern Maine. He also holds a Master’s degree in Liberal Studies, and a certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from The New School. He has over ten years’ experience teaching English and over fifteen years’ of administrative experience working in New York City. Nicholas enjoys assisting and advising international students with their English language learning and academic goals.

Email: nicholasallanach@globaleslacademy.edu

 


 

Karolina Hodowaniec
Academic Coordinator

Karolina has been an EFL teacher and Cambridge oral examiner for over ten years. She completed degrees in Cultural Studies and English Language and Literature in Poland and then moved to England, where she did her CELTA and taught English at various private schools and colleges for six years. In 2014, she lived in Saudi Arabia, where she taught EFL in a female college. In September 2015, she relocated to NYC and started working towards completing her DELTA. In her free time, she likes learning Spanish and traveling.

Email: karolina@globaleslacademy.edu

 


 

Kenny Lee
Office Manager / DSO

Kenny Lee came to the United States from Korea over 25 years ago and has more than 20 years of experience working in ESL schools. He began working at the IELI at Hunter College while he was enrolled in ESL classes there and after he discovered his love of computers and technology-related work, he later majored in Network Administration at college. Kenny really enjoys helping international students because when he first came to the USA, a lot of people helped him to adjust to this new country and its culture.

Email: kennylee@globaleslacademy.edu

 

 
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