Brian is a Spanish teacher and Technology Integration Champion at Kempner High School. A question he gets asked often is, “How did you learn Spanish?” Answer: he started officially studying Spanish in high school at the age of 14. At the age of 16 he began working in a Mexican restaurant called, “El Chico”. Thus, the combination of his daily high school studies with 6+ hours of work a day, 4-5 days a week as a busser/server opened the doors for him to major in Spanish in college and travel to various Hispanic countries.
Also, he is a pastor. He describes himself as “a whole pastor to the whole person.” His desire in ministry is to lead people to be completely honest, to love authentically, and live each day with balance: emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
He and his wife Maritza have been married for twelve years. They were married on his maternal grandparent’s 55th wedding anniversary. They spent their honeymoon in Puerto Rico where Maritza almost burned down their suite making empanadas! They have two kids who attend Fort Bend ISD and two rescue dogs.
Running, music, web design, photography, traveling, coffee, Biblical languages and world cultures
Places I’ve Traveled
Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico and Puerto Rico
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