Pilar has been an educator for eighteen years. She currently teaches Spanish at Anchorage Public School in Anchorage, Kentucky. She earned her Master’s degree in Education from Cumberland University and is a National Board Certified Teacher.
Pilar is originally from Colombia and was raised in south Florida in a melting pot of different cultures. She loves teaching Spanish, traveling, and gardening. She has been married for twenty-two years and has two wonderful teenagers about to graduate high school.
Her passion for teaching has allowed her to create the first Spanish club and Spanish summer camp for elementary students at her school.
She is an active member of KWLA and the chair of the annual KWLA silent auction. Pilar is driven towards the development of world language education in the state of Kentucky.