Selestia Ganton comes from a small town in Alberta, Canada. She graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor’s Degree in Linguistics and later, a diploma in TESL. She enjoys teaching all ages of English students: kindergarten, children, university students, and mature adults. She has taught in Canada and also taught Kindergarten and Elementary students in Busan, South Korea for one year. In Korea, Selestia especially likes hiking and camping. She also enjoys travelling, reading, watching movies and TV shows, playing sports, and spending time with friends and family.
Liam Ganton is from Edmonton Alberta, Canada. There he graduated from the University of Alberta with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. He then taught at Notre Dame Elementary School for 5 years.
He is a physically active and energetic teacher who believes that the key to education is creating an engaging and entertaining classroom. He feels like CEV is the perfect place to allow students to interact and experience new situations while building meaningful English skills. For fun he enjoys playing a number of different sports, listening to music, reading, and playing games.
Hannah Sprado grew up in the small town of Kerrville, Texas. She graduated with a Bachelors of Art with a focus in Art History and Photography. She was a competitive swimmer and triathlete for most of her life, so after college, she moved to the mountains and became a personal trainer so that she could share her love of fitness and health with others. She taught yoga and other exercise classes to adults for 3 years and cherished watching her students learn and smile. Hannah brings this same energetic personality to her classroom and loves teaching the students at CEV! In her free time, Hannah likes to read, hike, rock climb, take photographs, and travel.
Cameron Chafin is from San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from San Antonio’s University of the Incarnate Word with a B.A. in Photography and a minor in Art History. Cameron has always led an active life and moved to Denver, Colorado in 2013 where he worked as a fitness instructor helping many different people connect to fitness and lead healthier lives through exercise and proper nutrition. Cameron brings the positivity and enthusiasm that he cultivated as a fitness instructor right into the English classroom. He believes that learning English is essential in living the most free and comfortable life and unlocking the world of adventure and discovering how diverse our planet truly is. Cameron uses his positivity and passion for life to create a fun environment in the classroom. In his free time, Cameron enjoys photography, listening to music, learning the Korean language, and travel.
Stephanie Schneider comes from a town in the heart of Indiana called Noblesville. She graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Business, with minors in Psychology and Dance. She also has a background in English Literacy tutoring for ESL students. Stephanie knows that in an increasingly globalized world, English is a valuable skill that will provide a wide array of future possibilities to those who know the language well. She believes that learning should be fun and hopes to inspire her students to become lifelong learners! In her free time Stephanie enjoys hiking, traveling, and trying new Korean foods!
Samuel Roudebush hails from the lovely state of Indiana, a state that is nestled in the center of the United States. Samuel has his bachelor’s of science in psychology from Purdue University. He has volunteered and assisted teaching at many schools across the state of Indiana. To earn his degree, he had to spend many hours tutoring ESL students as well as native English speakers. To Samuel, language is a very important medium in which ideas and culture can be shared. Teaching students English can open up doors and broaden their horizons on a global scale. Samuel believes that everyday counts and tries to make a lasting impact on each of his students. In his free time Samuel likes to run, hike, and explore.
Michelle Santo is from Louisville, Kentucky in the United States. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Advertising and a minor in Graphic Design from Western Kentucky University. She loves to make people laugh and wants her students to know that learning can be fun. Passionate and energetic, Michelle tries to pull out the best in her students by alternating learning styles as to benefit each and every one of them. She enjoys photography, dancing, hiking outdoors and spending time with friends and family.
Luke Widdicombeis from Fort Wayne, Indiana in the United States. He graduated college from Indiana University with a degree in Environmental Policy. After college, he moved to North Carolina and then Washington where he was teaching outdoor and environmental education. He has also worked on shipping boats traveling both the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. He strives to make his teaching engaging to all learning styles and as fun as possible. Luke enjoys spending time outdoors doing activities like hiking and snowboarding, as well as, spending time with friends playing video games and board games.