Anna Krughoff was born in Medellin, Colombia and moved to the United States as a little baby. She grew up in Washington, D.C. area where her love for soccer, the outdoors, travel and education led her to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Vermont, in Education and Spanish. For the last 21 years Anna has worked as a teacher and school administrator in a wide variety of grades settings. After completing a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Trinity University, Anna became a licensed K-12 school administrator in D.C, Virginia and Maryland and was awarded the prestigious Rubenstein Award for Highly Effective Leadership. She then went on to serve as the bilingual (Spanish/ English) School Principal in an urban elementary school where she was the keystone leader in facilitating extensive school wide improvement. Anna is thrilled to be back in Nicaragua. Her husband, Denjar is from Nagarote, Leon, and their 2 children have spent many summers in Nicaragua for the last 10 years. Anna is also a former Peace Corps Volunteer in Nicaragua and has deep family connections locally, giving her the roots needed to be an effective leader for both local students and international students.