This is just a sample of the more than fifty people who make our work possible at the British Council in Mexico. We are a young and diverse group of professionals with more than ten nationalities represented in our staff, including Mexico, UK, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Spain, United States, Romania, South Africa and Australia.

Meet the team

Face of Keri Craig, Teaching Centre Manager

Keri Craig

Teaching Centre Manager

Keri is responsible for business performance and sustainability of our English Schools in Mexico City and Monterrey and is looking for opportunities to extend our network across the country. She ensures the development of appropriate products and services to English School customers and clients and is committed to delivering the highest quality teaching and courses.


Milton Bradbury

Adult Courses Coordinator

  • Qualifications: Milton grew up in Ealing, a leafy suburb in west London and has lived and taught English in London, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Monterrey and Mexico City. He is currently working on his Delta qualification in teaching.
  • Experience: He specialises in developing speaking and listening skills using authentic materials.
  • Hobbies: Milton spends his free time watching live music, attempting to dance cumbia, cooking and visiting as much of Mexico as possible. 
Richard Gerver

Richard Gerver


Richard Gerver is one of the world's foremost thinkers on education, leadership and change. In 2005, he was judged the best head teacher in the UK, after turning a failing school into a global innovation success story. Since then, he has become one of the world's most celebrated speakers and a best-selling author, helping governments around the world to shape education policy and major organisations to make the most of their talent.

Iveth Pompa 2019, English for Education Systems Director

Iveth Pompa 2019

English for Education Systems Director

Iveth is responsible for establishing collaborative alliances with relevant governmental areas, in order to support projects of teacher education in the country and the professionalization of English teaching in México.

Patricia Millán, Head of Distance Education Programmes

Patricia Millán

Head of Distance Education Programmes

Patricia is responsible for our distance education programmes which comprise postgraduate degrees delivered locally by British universities. These include our global online master’s degree in English language teaching, jointly developed by the University of Southampton and the British Council, as well as a PhD in applied linguistics. She also leads on the organisation of our annual conference for ELT professionals, BBELT.

Dan Humm Portrait

Dan Humm

Senior Teacher

Dan is Senior Teacher, Business and Product Development, and has worked in EFL for 17 years. He has a Masters in Applied Linguistics and EFL, but more importantly, a great interest in the customer experience for students at the British Council. When not teaching, Dan is dreaming up ideas for new courses and ways for students to improve their English so if you have any great ideas, please come and find him!

Liliana Sánchez - Country exams manager

Liliana Sánchez

Country Exams Manager

Liliana is responsible for the International Exams area, which offers a wide United Kingdom portfolio of certifications, including ELTS and Aptis; contributing with the international mobility and the English language teaching professionalization in México.

Sarah Reid

Sarah Reid

Senior Teacher of Training and Professional Development

Sarah is our Senior Teacher of Training and Professional Development. She has taught for 16 years in schools around the world and holds a DELTA and  Master’s degree in the Professional Development of Language Teaching. Her interests include snow sports, photography and travelling.

Ángel Santamaria, Director for Bilateral Relations at  the Mexican Ministry of Public Education

Ángel Santamaria

He works as the Director for Bilateral Relations at  the Mexican Ministry of Public Education. He also manages the government strategy for access and integration to schools of deportees and returnees that want to continue with their education. He has also completed volunteer work with vulnerable communities in Queretaro, México and in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and worked as an English and Spanish teacher for the Latino community in Torino, Italy.


Bella Szyszkowska

Adults Teacher

  • Qualifications: Bella is from London. She has taken the CELTA and is currently completing the TYLEC and DELTA.  
  • Experience: Her teaching experience began teaching ESOL in London where she taught adults and teenagers for almost five years. She then moved to Ecuador to teach in Quito before moving to Mexico.  
  • Hobbies: Bella originally studied art and now writes and illustrates children’s books. She also likes printing, painting and causing a mess!