Brittany Toledo holds a B.S. in Music Business and Songwriting from Middle Tennessee State University and a M.A.S. in TESOL from Missouri Western State University. Before joining St. Andrew’s, she taught English and Spanish both in the U.S. and Chile in a multitude of different environments including K-12 and college in both public and private schools. While studying for her master’s degree, she moved to Santiago, Chile to conduct research for her master’s thesis which incorporated music as a reinforcement to teach English as a second language. It was in Santiago, Chile where she not only fell in love with the Spanish language and culture but also with her husband, Felipe. In 2015, they moved back to the U.S. to live closer to her family. Since moving back, Brittany taught Spanish for grades 1 – 12 at a private school in Columbia, SC. She and her husband transplanted to Savannah for their jobs. She hopes to share with her students the language and culture that she learned while living in Chile. When not teaching, Brittany enjoys writing music and performing live, hiking, and biking with her husband.