Harry Waters is teaching since 2007. He is the founder of Renewable English, providing learners and educators with the tools to address The Climate Crisis through ELT.
He was the lead educator and author on the ELTon nominated Speak Out for Sustainability. He’s been working with the Macmillan Advanced Learning team in their quest to help build a more sustainable future. He has also recently written part of the brand now Sustainability curriculum for the Oxford International Curriculum.
His climate activism within education and drive for reform, led to an invitation to speak at the world’s largest climate summit ChangeNOW in Paris.
Also, he really likes flags and funky second-hand shirts.

Keith is one of our online Leadership in ELT graduates. He is also a tech-savvy curriculum specialist who writes about technology, blended course design, and the future of online education. He currently resides in Vietnam and you can check out his website at http://www.keithmichaelhoward.com or connect with him on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/keithmichaelhoward/

May Barbree is one of our Leadership in ELT graduates. She is the Learning and Teaching Lead, Hanoi at RMIT University. She has a degree in Education and is Cambridge DELTA qualified. A teacher for over 10 years, she has worked in universities in four countries, and as a Teacher Trainer for several language teaching organizations.

Damian started his TEFL career seven years ago in Bogotá, Colombia and has subsequently taught in the Netherlands, the UK and Spain. Damian began his studies for the DipTESOL in 2020. Since then, he has further honed his interest and expertise, particularly in his specialist areas of Cambridge Exam Preparation, Pronunciation and Gamification. Alongside a varied teaching schedule, Damian also works as a tutor and trainer. He is a regular contributor to Oxford TEFL Connect’s series of webinars and workshops, as well as designing and subsequently leading the Specialised Workshop in Teaching Cambridge Exam classes. This, in conjunction with his role on our CELTA Admissions team means that he has a broad knowledge of all aspects of TEFL. As your tutor for the Specialised Workshop in Teaching Cambridge exam classes, Damian will draw on this knowledge to dramatically increase your confidence in delivering well-planned, engaging preparation classes

Ahdab Alzolaiban is one of our recent Leadership in ELT graduates from Saudi Arabia. She is an English teacher with over 5 years' experience in language teaching and currently works in the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) in Saudi Arabia as the Head of the General Studies Department. She has a true passion for teaching which comes from the satisfaction she obtains by helping each student progress in all areas of their language development.

Her educational background includes a BA in Applied Linguistics from Yanbu University College in KSA, MA Applied in Linguistics from the University of Reading, and a Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA) from Strafford House in London.

Adam is a Cambridge DELTA qualified English teacher and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy who has taught learners from more than forty nationalities in a wide range of contexts in the UK, Spain, Japan, Austria, and Malta. Adam graduated from Oxford TEFL in Spring 2016 and is now entering the next phase of his career in ELT, seeking new opportunities to help learners through capitalising upon his skills in teaching and technology. First though, he shares THREE TOP TIPS for anyone considering studying a CELTA and making a move into the world of ELT.