In this way, we hope to achieve a strong communication and partnership across the languages we speak and cultures by which we live at El Marino.
Maximina has a 7-year old son in second grade, and alum daughter who now attends CCMS. In addition to being a working mompreneur and User Experience Architect, Maximina runs Digital Communications for the EMPTA. As a child of a retired United Nations peacekeeper, Maximina is extremely thankful to be a member of El Marino’s international community.
Bobbi has three children at El Marino. After her oldest made it to 4th grade she and her husband decided to have a 4th child, simply to ensure their lifelong attendance at the school. More than EM, Bobbi loves the people and children that make up our school.
Rina has a third grader and a kindergartener in the JIP program She feels fortunate that her children attend El Marino and is able to benefit from a bilingual education. She strongly believes that having a native speaking adjunct is a critical part of language immersion program. Rina works as an inhouse attorney for a digital entertainment company.
Archit has a 5-year old son in JIP Kindergarten, and a one month old son. Archit works for PwC as a Management Consultant. Archit lived, travelled or worked in over 15 countries. He is honored to be able to support ALLEM, and by extension El Marino.
Hilary has a 10-year old Son in SIP 5th grade and an 8-year old son in SIP 2nd. She is a recovering actor who now works for Merrill Lynch Private Bank. She is honored to be joining ALLEM and beyond grateful to have her kids at this amazing school.
Paavo has a 5 year old daughter who is loving SIP Kindergarten. He is a product of the SIP (back when it was at El Rincon) and as such very excited to be a part of El Marino and ALLEM! He is a professor of urban planning at UCLA but lived and worked in Mexico for many years.