Anwer is from India and was previously working as a Middle School Counsellor in China. Prior to working in China, Anwer worked at Woodstock International School in India. He has his Master’s in School Counselling from Colorado, USA, and also has a Master’s in Social Work and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Delhi, India. Anwer’s wife, Shannon, is working at UNIS Hanoi in Elementary PE.
Laura has been teaching Language and Literature and Digital Design over the past 8 years at GSLC in Darwin, Australia. Her experience includes working as MYP Coordinator, Projects Coordinator and Head of Arts, Design, and Language Acquisition. She has co-authored the Hodder Education Skills for Success MYP Personal and Community Project books. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts, a Graduate Diploma of Education, and has commenced a Master of Education focusing on literacy and language development. Laura is from New Zealand.
Fady is Canadian of Lebanese descent. Before teaching, he worked in television and radio in Toronto as a writer and producer. He has been teaching in international schools for 18 years and has worked in South Korea, Bangladesh, and Ghana. He started his teaching career in Elementary School and moved to Middle School Humanities in 2008. Fady has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, a diploma in Radio and Television Broadcasting, and a Master’s in Education.
Barbara comes from Cyprus and has been living abroad for the last 20 years. She has been teaching Physics, Maths and Science since 2007 and has had roles as Head of Science and CAS Coordinator. Barbara has worked in The Netherlands, India, England and for the last five years, in Basel, Switzerland, where she taught Physics and Wellbeing. She has a BSc in Physics and an MSc in Mathematics & Science Education. Barbara’s partner is Harry (ES Teacher).
Sandra has been teaching and counseling for 10 years in the United States, Myanmar, and Japan. Sandra is originally from the border region between the United States and Mexico: El Paso, Texas. Before going into school counselling, Sandra taught English Language Arts and advisory where her interest in counselling stemmed from. Before arriving in Vietnam, Sandra worked as a whole school counsellor for grades K-8 at Tokyo International School. Sandra has a Masters of Arts in Teaching and a Counselling Certification. She joins UNIS Hanoi with her husband Jonathan (MS/HS Tech Coach).
Jon’s life has centered around education in a variety of ways over the past nine years. Formally an English teacher from the USA, Jon has spent the preceding five years honing his areas of expertise and experience as a Design Teacher and Technology Coach. He most recently resumed said roles at Seisen International School. Jon has a Bachelor’s in English, and a Master’s in Instructional Technologies. He joins UNIS Hanoi with his wife Sandra (MS/HS Counsellor).
Lianne is a Canadian who has been teaching internationally for the last 14 years. She has taught in South Korea, Guatemala, Egypt, and the U.A.E. Most recently, she was the Head of the Middle School Science Department at Dubai American Academy. She has a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Education. She is accompanied by her husband, Joseph Christie (HS Science Teacher) and their daughter.
Originally from Australia, Kate has over 30 years experience in classroom teaching and school libraries. Prior to coming to UNIS Hanoi, she worked at Jakarta Intercultural School, Indonesia, (20 years) and Seoul International School, South Korea (2 years) as well as several schools in Australia. Her husband Murray is currently in administration for a mining corporation in Indonesia. Australia is her homeland where her two grown sons, lovely daughter-in-law and gorgeous grand-daughter now reside.
T.K. began her career in the corporate industries advancing the mission and helping these organisations understand customer service including telling a story about their vision. Since leaving the corporate sector, she has spent 15 years in Admission/Advancement with schools in the United States, China, and Guatemala. She has also provided her expertise as a consultant with international schools throughout the world. T.K. has a Bachelor’s degree in Recreation and is from the United States.
Brian has been a speech-language pathologist, providing therapy to children and adults, for more than 20 years. Before becoming a SLP, he taught English in Papua New Guinea and China. Most recently, Brian was the SLP at the American School in Japan. He has spent the last year traveling and working in Europe. Brian and his wife are originally from the United States.
Jo has been working as a Registered Nurse for 14 years in New Zealand and Australia and for the past 4 years as part of the clinical education team within the private healthcare sector in Australia. Jo has a Bachelor’s Degree of Nursing from New Zealand. During the 90’s Jo was an expat child in Hanoi for 7 years, which is where her passion for nursing was born. Jo has 2 children. Jo and her husband are originally from New Zealand.
Marc is a Certified Athletic Trainer, dealing with the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Previously, Marc worked at the Delbarton School for 8 years and also worked for a physical therapy clinic, while serving as the Head Athletic Trainer for Mamaroneck High School. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training and a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences. Marc, and his wife Cydny, are from New Jersey, USA.