Mischa Moselle, British,TESOL Certificate 

“I want to be a teacher because I have a passion for helping people advance their knowledge of English, a beautiful and useful language. I also strongly believe education is wonderful in its own right.”



Fiona Mak, British, CELTA

“The best way to learn anything and retain information is to make sure you are enjoying and having fun throughout the process. This is the philosophy I stand by and I make sure to achieve this through my lessons at Wall Street English. I don’t just want you to be classroom smart but also use what you learn in the real world. I aim to promote speaking and listening using each of your unique strengths and weaknesses to ensure you develop to your fullest potential.”




Marcus Everett, British, CELTA

“Creating a relaxed, fun environment to practice and improve students English skills is a cornerstone of my teaching philosophy. Wall Street English provides me with the ideal environment to carry this philosophy out and I hope to see you in class very soon.”





Paul Gleghorn, British, TESOL Certificate 

“Understand your students drive. Feel their enthusiasm. Guided by your own professional experience, combine your own drive and enthusiasm for teaching to achieve results. And make it fun!”





Jenna Dunn, South African, CELTA

My passion is people. People with different or similar backgrounds, staff and students alike.  I enjoy speaking and getting to make new friends from all over the world. After more than 12 years of sharing the English language, I look forward to an even longer more fruitful experience doing so.”




Dominic Swaby, American, TESOL Certificate

“Being a life-long learner and naturally curious person, I take great pleasure in helping students to improve their language skills while I learn all about them in the process. In every class I attempt to instill confidence in the students by showing them that their language ability can be powerfully effective no matter the level. I believe every student is unique and has to be approached in a different way for their potential to surface. Perhaps most importantly, I strive to understand the student so the class can be fun. Afterall, sustained learning is next to impossible without enjoyment, so fun is paramount.”