Meet the Faculty

Matilde Fuentes

Middle School Spanish
Matilde began teaching Spanish at Campbell Hall in 1993. She is the co-founder of Campbell Hall’s La Familia affinity family organization and created the school’s Spanish program in Costa Rica. She also ran the middle school community service program from 2000-2002. Matilde has been a mentor in the Hope Road Recovery Program at New Hope Church in Van Nuys for more than 10 years. She studied French language and culture at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM) and has completed the required courses for the California Teaching Credential. She received her B.A. in French Language & Literature from California State University, Los Angeles and her M.A. in Spanish Literature and Language from California State University, Northridge where she graduated with distinction and was awarded the Modern Languages Department Outstanding Award.

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