Glenda de la Fuente, MA
Glenda de la Fuente has been the Brazil Country Coordinator for the “Cities in the XXI Century” Program since 2008 and for the “Health and Community” Program since 2010. She was also the Interim Program Director for the “Social Innovation” Program in the Fall term in 2018. The IHP experiential learning model allowed her to combine three of her passions: 1.) teaching- she holds a MA in Teaching of English and Applied Linguistics by the King´s College, University of London and she has served a coordinator of the ESL extension programs at the University of Buenos Aires for over 10 years-; 2.) social justice –she has been involved in the International Humanist Movement since her twenties, which gave her a vast experience in education for non-violence programs and grassroots organization, and 3.) intercultural communication- she is a certified professional interpreter. She was born in Argentina and moved to Sao Paulo in 2003 where she started a family.