Our Leadership

Bruce Welmerink

Partner
I am a simple man looking to make a little difference in my new home Brazil. I see many people spending lots of money to advance their English language and I want to help them. Brazilians are wonderful people and I want them to have great opportunities that exist to those who speak the neutral language of English. I am from Michigan in the USA and I like my country, but Brazil is my new home and I love the people. I'm here to make English a strong 2nd language for Brazilians - this is my mission.

Daniel

Partner
English teacher for the past 2 years, Daniel is also a USC graduate with a Bachelor´s degree in Business Entrepreneurship. The youngest and best looking of the Executive group, Daniel is also humble, kind, gentle, and a true testament of humankind’s propensity for goodness. Unfortunately, he has the propensity to exaggerate a bit. Yep, do not believe half of what he writes. The other half is not so trustworthy either.


Ronaldo Perdigão

Partner
I'm Graduated in social communication, but I have always been attracted to the business and sales realms. Only In 2010 I've landed on the technology field only to find out that this would be one of my passions. Further on I was able to find a very interesting path realizing the rich coexistence between business and technology, what actually led me, years later to start my own technology business. The English language has always been a part of my life, whether by my involvement in English courses, the years I've lived in the US or because of the curiosity and excitement on communicating with people around the world using the universal language. I'm committed to the idea of promoting and facilitating the expansion of a community where everyone can learn to speak English fluently.

Marcelo

Partner
Nice guy (4.97 Uber stars!!), 33 projects lined up (accomplishing them all by the age of 148, his prediction), Chemical engineer graduate who didn´t work as one but never frustrated, Marcelo is passionate about the confusion caused by cultural differences, himself a victim having the Korean spoken by his parents when he was a baby as first language, speaking Portuguese on the streets as he was growing up and being educated in English. He doesn´t believe his process of self-reinvention will ever be completed but feels very gratified spreading what he knows to others.