Gabriela Martínez

Spanish Teacher

Originally from the city of Mérida, Yucatán, she studied Graphic Design at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco (UAMA). She has been involved in the publishing sector, improving customer service, training personnel, and public service transporters in the State of Mexico.

She is a professional focused on teaching Spanish to Mexicans and foreigners, committed to transferring knowledge to contribute to the development of individuals, communities, and institutions to reduce inequalities. She completed her undergraduate studies in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), FES Acatlán. She has taught courses, created and collaborated on the design of educational programs, manuals, didactic packages, among others.

Currently, she is complementing her academic training through the study of the Braille system and Mexican Sign Language for the care of people with visual and auditory disabilities respectively, as well as the Peninsular Maya language.

She enjoys traveling, experiencing other cultures, studying languages, and doing crafts. She loves dogs and is against animal abuse. She believes that in HABLA, she has found the ideal place to develop Spanish language learning and promote Mexican culture in students in a creative and student-oriented manner.