School of English seeks new leadership
By Joseph Toone
The San Miguel de Allende School of English, a decades-old nonprofit charity serving over 200 locals, seeks new leadership as the current President steps down at the end of the year due to sudden illness in his family.
The school has enlisted the aid of expert legal advice, Enrique Ramirez, who will continue to help the new leadership in several financial and legal endeavors as the leadership continues striving to improve the school.
The school is a terrific place to volunteer-teach. The students are the most funloving and eager-to-learn group in the world! I’ve been very blessed to be a part in their drive to better their professional and personal opportunities.
In addition, I would like to express his gratitude to the San Miguel business community. The local economic leaders have been so kind to the school with both their time and resources. A wide range of services has been provided under my leadership by eating establishments (Baile Café, Tio Lucas), schools (Arthur Murray and Habla Hispana) and other nonprofits (La Biblioteca in particular). The San Miguel business community is incredibly giving!