Luis J. Pentón Herrera currently teaches high school ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) in Laurel, MD but has taught a variety of grade levels (K–12) since April 2013. He currently holds two Adjunct Professor positions—University of Maryland, Baltimore County and University of Maryland University College.
Previously, Luis spent time in the United States Marine Corps (June 2006 – June 2010) as well as worked in administrative roles for both the USMC and the Department of Defense. He holds three masters degrees—two of which were completed with 4.0/4.0 GPAs—and earned a Ph.D. in Leadership: Reading, Language, and Literacy. Recently, TESOL International Association acknowledged Pentón Herrera as an emerging leader (30 Up and Coming) of the next generation in research, teaching, publishing, and leadership.
Here is a video of me in the “12 Days of Possible” Project from Strayer University.
Words of Inspiration from Student Luis Pentón
Published on Nov 23, 2016
The 12 Days of Possible, Day 3: Thinking about going back to school, but are nervous? Hear from Strayer University student Luis Pentón on how you can make your college degree possible.