The onestopenglish team
Meet the people behind the scenes at onestopenglish and click on a photo to find out more …
Inside the onestopenglish team
Hello, I’m Angela and I’m a BA Honours graduate from Bogota, Colombia. Having worked previously in customer relations management in my home country, I decided to seek a new and fresh challenge in the United Kingdom. I have lived in London now for four years. In my spare time I like to explore new restaurants and indulge in the many cuisines that London has to offer.
Hi, I’m Claira and I am part of the customer service team who looks after all of our onestopenglish customers all over the world. Having taught English in Spain for a year after university, I understand something of the challenges that face teachers in the classroom every day and I’m very happy to still be involved in the wonderful world of education through my job at Macmillan Education.
Hello! My name is Claudia and I come from the south of Spain. After spending a year in California teaching Spanish to college students and English to members of the Mexican community, I decided to move to the UK to study for a Masters in Business and have been living in London since 2011. I love all the museums, restaurants and activities that this city has to offer!
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.
I’m Henry and I’m the Social Media Marketing Executive for onestopenglish. I joined the team in February 2013 and look after the onestopenglish social media channels. It’s a great way of interacting with teachers all over the world, and there are always lots of fun campaigns to share with our customers!
I’ve been part of the onestopenglish team since I first joined back in 2012, and I now look after the content marketing at Macmillan Education. Day-to-day, my job involves working closely with the rest of our international marketing team to coordinate our digital marketing campaigns and make sure everything we do is fit-for-purpose online!
Following a degree in Modern History, I am very pleased to be joining the onestopenglish team. My customer service based role gives me the opportunity to interact with the wonderful onestopenglish community across the world, providing help, support and guidance to whatever query you may have. I look forward to speaking with many of you.
I grew up in Birmingham (the home of Cadbury chocolate and The Lord of the Rings, amongst other things!) and, following a couple of years spent mooching around the world, I decided to study for a degree in Russian and Italian at the University of Manchester. As part of my course I lived and worked abroad in St Petersburg and Pisa, where I fell into the wonderful world of ELT.
Hello there, I’m Sarah and I’m the Senior Development Editor for onestopenglish! How did I get here? Well …After graduating from Aberystwyth University I saved up some money as quickly as possible and flew to Barcelona where I started my English teaching life. I spent four glorious years living the Catalan lifestyle and teaching English to angst-ridden teenagers until the big smoke started calling to me. Back in London I taught excitable adults and was made DOS before I ...
I grew up in Guernsey before moving to London in 2008 to study Literature at university. After a brief spell working in investor relations and an even briefer spell working in an art gallery, I began my career in marketing, working and travelling as part of an international conference company before joining Macmillan Education in March 2014.
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 ...