Guillermo is working as a part-time Spanish teacher in the upper campus and currently undertaking his Master’s degree in Teaching Leadership at Mt. Holyoke College. Guillermo will develop his capstone project on why and how financial literacy classes should be implemented in schools. He will be coaching Varsity Men’s soccer in the Fall and Varsity tennis in the Spring term.

Guillermo grew up in Spain playing soccer and tennis mostly. He came to the U.S. in 2016 to learn English and play Division I tennis. Working as a camp counselor in the summer of 2019 he realized he wanted to become a teacher and share his knowledge of the game of tennis, soccer, and Spanish. Guillermo likes to spend his free time in the workout room, outside playing golf, playing a game of chess, and reading.