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.
Sehnita has a son in 5th grade and a daughter starting Kindergarten in the SIP. It was to be their only year at the same school so now they will be even closer at home together. Sehnita is hoping that she'll finally be able to learn Spanish with the second kid, if only to insure they don't gossip about her behind her back. She believes the adjuncts have been critical to the immersion program and the El Marino community. Sehnita works in television and news production. She serves on the board of the Culver City Arts Foundation and is active with her son’s Cub Scout Pack 79.
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.
Dale and Pam are the parents of two daughters; their oldest is in first grade in the Japanese Immersion Program and their youngest is in preschool but can't wait to join her sister at El Marino in a few years. They are thrilled to be part of the El Marino community and feel very lucky that their daughters will be educated in Japanese. Dale and Pam are both in-house attorneys at Los Angeles-area companies.
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.