The onestopenglish team
Meet the people behind the scenes at onestopenglish and click on a photo to find out more …
Inside the onestopenglish team
I started teaching English after completing a degree in modern languages, so when one of my English students offered me a job at a secondary school in Colombia, I couldn’t say no. One trial year in Medellín turned into four happy years teaching secondary school and then business students, as well as translating poetry for the amazing International Poetry Festival.
I’m Erica, the resident onestopenglish designer. Having come from a TV broadcasting background I’m new to the world of ELT, ESP, ESOL, CLIL and all the countless other acronyms that I’ve had to get my head around over the last few months.
I grew up in a small city close to Venice, in Italy, and spent some time in Paris, Madrid and Melbourne before coming to London in 2006 to study Comparative Literature and deciding to make it my home.
A degree in English and a desire to travel were the sparks that led me to follow the well-worn path of the EFL teacher. I started my training in Prague before setting off for Taiwan and my first proper teaching job.
I’m one of the newest members of the onestopenglish team, having joined in 2012. As part of my job, I look after our monthly bulletins, post regularly on our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages and speak to teachers who get in touch with us.
My role in the team is centred around customer support, which is great as it means I am able to talk to many people in the onestopenglish community.
My onestopenglish life started back in 2006 when, on returning to London after the obligatory round-the-world post-university gap-year (or two), I was lucky enough to land myself a temporary post with Macmillan English Campus.
Hello there, I’m Sarah and I’m here to help you! Read below for a bit more about me…
I joined the onestopenglish editorial team in 2009, and have been lucky enough to work on and witness the birth of some fabulous resources including Business Spotlight, our Mini-plays on British culture and the audio feast that is A ghost’s guide to ...
After graduating with a degree in English and History, I worked at a university in the UK before joining the onestopenglish team in March 2012. My role is to look after the Institutional Subscriptions. I’m here to help all Institutional Administrators set up and manage their subscriptions, whether they are co-ordinating a band of five teachers or 120.