We understand that you may feel that are dozens of companies out there like ours, however, please allow us a moment to explain what separates Teachers Latin America from the rest.

  • Our only focus is Latin America, so you are not competing with the big salaries in Asia, the Middle East and Africa. We attract candidates with a specific focus on Latin America. We also live and work in Latin America so we understand that challenges as well as the rewards of recruiting for this region.

  • Our service is personalized, so we are not sending you fishing in our database or sending you every CV in our system. We handpick and shortlist each candidate based upon the information that we have about your school and the position that you are hiring.

  • Our recruitment methods are unique! While everyone else is asking where do we go to get the untapped pool of teachers, Teachers Latin America has already been there, as we have visited professional development conferences in the USA and Canada to educate and attract the top professionals in hard to get subject areas like Science and Math.

  • Our services are affordable! We designed Teachers Latin America specifically to allow schools in Latin America to be able to compete with the big boys. After all, the students in Latin America deserve the best education possible and that is our mission! Please see our attached Membership Package.

  • If you feel that Teachers Latin America can be a vital resource to help your team save time and money, please feel free to contact us for a meeting. We will be happy to meet with you in person or via Skype, whichever is most convenient for you.

    We specialize in mid-year and mid-semester placement. We work non-stop throughout the year. Teachers Latin America is at your service.

    Teachers Latin America is a Better Business Bureau accredited business.



    Mark Webber is originally from Texas, where he began his 23 year career teaching Theatre, Debate and Public Speaking. Mark has since worked in Venezuela, Malaysia, Sudan and Mexico as an international teacher and Fine Arts Administrator.

    He has founded and supported debating leagues in each of those countries as coaching international debate is his passion. His accomplishments include leading Team Sudan (2010) and Team Mexico (2011-2017) to the World Schools Debating Championships ​where his debaters have won many top accolades. He has also served on the board for English Speaking Union (ESU) - Mexico as well as Asociación Mexicana de Debate.

    He is currently living in Barranquilla, Colombia, helping Teachers Latin America expand its operations in Central America and the Caribbean. Mark is in the process of setting up an English language debate league in Colombia.

    Mark represents member schools in Central America, the Caribbean, Colombia, and Mexico.


    Guy Courchesne is one of the founders of Teachers Latin America, and has worked in adult learning ESL/EFL for over 17 years. Originally from Ottawa, Canada, Guy has worked in ESL teacher training, student achievement in Cambridge English testing, as well as teacher recruitment in Mexico and Latin America with a focus on collaboration with schools of all sizes in our dynamic region of the world.

    Guy is a solutions-oriented manager with experience in logistics, international hiring and relocation of personnel, marketing, and technology.

    Managing our Guadalajara, Mexico office, Guy represents our member schools in Mexico and South America.


    Brad was born in the English seaside town of Clacton, Essex, and later attended military boarding school. His first experience of working in education was as a Special Needs teacher in rural Kenya, which he describes as a 'baptism by fire'. Before moving to Mexico City, Brad spent two years living in Spain, working as a teacher and Gastronomic guide (teacher by day, Gastronomic guide by night). He has travelled through Spain extensively, his favourite parts include Bilbao, the Camino Santiago and the mountain villages of Andalucia.

    Outside of his TLA work Brad coordinates Summer Camps for children seeking to learn English and surfing. Due to the challenges of engaging children in STEM subjects Brad is always interested to hear about innovative new ways to teach Science and Math.

    Based out of Mexico City, Brad represents our member British international and bilingual schools in Latin America.


    Rodrigo Ponciano is a Recruitment Agent for Teachers Latin America. In addition, he is the Director of Communication and Public Relations for the Organising Committee of the World Universities Debating Championship. His passion for debate and conviction in its educational value has also led him to help coordinate the middle school and high school Mexican Debate League in the Mexico City area, to serve as a junior board member for the English-Speaking Union, and to be involved since several years in the Mexican Debate Summer Camp. Academically, he has presented and published papers that reflect his interest for the relationship between literature and topics such as the environment and gender.

    Based out of Mexico City, Rodrigo represents our member schools in Mexico and Central America.


    Originally from Boston, George F. ( Jeff ) Devin is currently serving Teachers Latin America by helping to place qualified teachers in US schools. Previously, he was Head of School at Saint Philip’s Episcopal School of Coral Gables Florida. In that capacity and also as the Founding Head of Grandview Preparatory School of Boca Raton Florida, he was responsible for all aspects of the daily operation of both institutions. He now resides in Mexico City.

    Based out of Mexico City and the United States, Jeff represents our bilingual teachers throughout Latin America and Europe.


    Lindsay Redifer has recently transitioned into recruiting after thirteen years of teaching. She has worked in Shanghai, China, as well as the island of Madagascar and now, lives in Guadalajara, Mexico. Lindsay is a big believer in the importance of written communication and has even published a short story in an anthology with Arizona State University. She wants to put her love of language to use by helping schools get the best teachers possible.

    Based out of Guadalajara, Mexico, Lindsay represents our member bilingual and ESL schools in the state of Jalisco, Mexico.


    Alejandra Alanis Ortiz is originally from Nuevo León and is now living in Mexico City, and has been a teacher for over 8 years. She started as a substitute teacher with Teachers Latin America and now is currently serving as an accounts executive offering our services to schools in Mexico City and Monterrey.

    Based out of Mexico City, Alejandra represents our member bilingual and ESL schools in Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico.

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