Daniela Molina

Hi, my name is Daniela, but everyone calls me Dani.
I’ve always had a love for reading and learning new languages, which led me to pursue a degree in Tourism. After graduating from college, I started to work for a hotel as an event coordinator. The best part about it was that I got to interact with people from all over the world and help them with their needs while they were staying with us.
I thought I was happy but it wasn’t until a friend asked me to cover one of her classes that I discovered my true calling: teaching.

I decided to go back to school to get a Master’s degree in Education while learning more about the trade at an elementary school, where I got my first real taste of this new world.

Since then, I have worked at multiple places and taught all kinds of students, from teenagers to adults.

What I love about teaching is that it gives you the opportunity to make new friends and that you never stop learning. There’s never a day when I don’t learn something new, and I hope to share that knowledge and my experiences with you.

Irian González

Hello there! I am Irián and languages are one of my greatest passions, either learning or teaching. I have been immersed in this world for the last 7 years and I would love to share with you my experiences in language acquisition. I enjoy working at #Leex. Hope to see you in class!

José María Rojo

I am José María, you can call me Jose Ma and I am 24 years old. Since I was a child I have been interested in learning languages, but for many reasons I didn’t have the chance to study them. I didn’t let that stop me and I started working by myself, listening to music, watching TV and forcing myself to improve my abilities. When I finally had the opportunity to study English during my High School stage, I was surprised because I had a very good level only by setting it as my personal goal.

That is why I promised myself that I would be the teacher I needed in the past. I studied a bachelor in Education and a Diploma in English Teachers Training to be prepared to have the necessary tools for guiding my students in the best possible way in achieving their own personal goals in learning the language.

Valeria Voitiuk

I’m Valeria, you can also call me Lera! After finishing my Bachelor degree in English, literature and translation in Ukraine, I decided to continue in France. 3 years later, I’ve got my Master degree in Teaching foreign languages and Language policies from the Université du Maine (France).
After gaining valuable classroom experience through my internships, I worked as language teacher with kids, teenagers and adults in Europe and Asia.

Teaching abroad helped me discover that the joy of communication goes beyond language barriers. I think that learning new language can be a great way to connect with people all over the world and understand their cultures!

I enjoy teaching and like helping my students to reach their potential. I believe that everyone can succeed in new language, we just need to find our own way to do so in a fun learning environment.

Valeriya Tsogoeva

Hello! My name is Valeriya. After finishing my Bachelor’s degree as an English and German teacher, I continued my studies in the USA and got my Master’s degree in Linguistics at the University of North Texas. Since then (2008) I have been teaching English to adults and teenagers in Russia and later in Mexico.

As an English teacher I see my main goal in providing appropriate and clear knowledge to my students and in inspiring them to know more, be curious about the language and its culture. Even though I am familiar with and use in my classes a range of course books and a variety of audiovisual aids, I find it interesting to write and devise my own new materials, including audio and visual resources. I always try to give my students appropriate feedback on their oral and written work and keep my classes planned and prepared. One of my strongest traits as a teacher is patience and understanding.

Nubia Manjarrez

I am Nubia, I have 5 years of experience in teaching the English language. I am passionate about constant learning in an integral way and I try to take advantage of and adapt to all the opportunities that arise.

I have had the opportunity to work with different ages, which makes me feel more prepared and eager to be in constant training.

Being a teacher fills me with pride and happiness. Each student becomes important and being able to see their development day by day is undoubtedly very comforting.

Paul Newsham

Hello! I’m teacher Paul. I am originally from the Lake District, North West England. I have done many things in my life from building trident nuclear submarines, working as a chef and also spending many years managing a call centre.

I decided to teach because I can help to develop language fluency and encourage communication skills in order to help people secure higher wages and better jobs.

I love it here in Mexico and want to help as many people as I can to take advantage of the world to a greater extent. Everyone should have access to the same opportunities that I have been blessed with so far, just like the opportunity to teach here and to become part of this wonderful culture.

Yolitzin Buendía

Hey there! My name is Yolitzin, but you can call me Yoli. I’m a certified teacher from Brigham Young Idaho (TESOL). I’ve been teaching English since 2017 gaining experience throughout the years not just as part of my education program but also working in real settings with real people. I know the process that it takes to learn a new language since English is my second language, I was able to find the fun out of it and I like to help my students enjoy the process of learning to communicate using a universal language such as English.

Abena Asante

Hello, my name is Abena. That’s the name of a girl born on a Tuesday in the Akan tribe in Ghana. Ghana is a country of about 31 million on the western coast of Africa.

I finished my Bachelor’s degree in French and Geography and Resource Development at the University of Ghana. After, my mandatory 1 year national service program, I found joy in teaching French and have worked at Alliance Française Accra in Ghana for the last 3 years as a foreign language instructor working with kids, teenagers and adults. I also spent 7 months in France as an International volunteer in a vocational high school as a support for English Language learning and sensitising students on international mobility and the importance of mastering other cultures and languages.

I find that language is always a great ice breaker between strangers and can open up a whole world of opportunities. I take great delight in helping people learn and achieve their goals.

Alejandrina Macías


Soy Alejandrina Macías Leyva , Me gusta la psicología del comportamiento humano. Me agrada analizar las reacciones y como la vida nos impulsa para salir adelante. Es un gusto para mí pertenecer a la familia LEEX y contribuir para que los alumnos dominen y alcancen sus metas en una lengua extranjera.

Clarissa Flores Chong


Hi! I’m Clarissa Flores Chong, owner and founder of LEEX Lenguas Extranjeras. I started teaching English very young and discovered how much in love I was of this profession.

In 1993 I decided to take it to the next level building my education and expertise in different schools in United States, England and Canada.

I can teach English, French and Spanish for foreigners but now I consider myself more a business woman trying to build the most professional language center in Mexico devoted to helping people master different languages for professional and personal goals.

Meet our teachers and experience our classes. You will be amazed with the results.

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