Ms. Emilia Lee
I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and came to the States when I was only eleven years old. I graduated from Temple University with a Bachelors in Early Elementary and Special Education and with a Masters in Educational Psychology with a focus on Instructional Learning Technology.
As I was finishing my undergraduate degree, two of my professors offered me an opportunity to get a Masters degree. They are the ones who inspired me explore the Instructional Learning Technology field. I fell in love with it and I am blessed and humbled to work in this field.
I was a technology teacher and a daycare director before I came to DC. I am so honored and blessed to be a part of the DC community where I can teach the field I love with God’s perspective in life. I love to be able to teach and speak to my students about how everything we do and say is all done to glorify God and Him alone. Christ-centered education is what led me to DC.
I love to travel and, with that interest, the Lord had taken me to a lot of places around the world as a missionary.
As a teacher, I had the privilege to spend my summers preparing and going to various mission field in the US and around the world: China, South Korea, Guatemala, Mexico, Baja California and Georgia.
B.A. Temple University, M.S. Temple University