Saul grew up in Venezuela, not so far away from the Caribbean Sea. He started working at SIS in 2006, during his time as a student of the International Graduate Programme (IGP) at Stockholm University. In the IGP he studied a variety of subjects in the departments of Political Science and Sociology, such as European social policy, transnational migration, visual culture, and demography, among others. He is licentiate in Social Communication (Mass Media).
Throughout his time in SIS, Saul has performed various roles: substitute teacher, MYP Spanish teacher, student support assistant, PSAT/SAT associate supervisor, and he is currently a member of the clerical team.
As a graduate journalist, he has shown interest in the subjects of petroleum and natural resources and his work has been published in specialized magazines in the field of energy.
Saul values the promotion of multiculturalism as a way to cope with some pressing challenges of today’s society and collaborates in the school with the Model United Nations (MUN) at the Diploma level.
For him, the work and cooperation for the future generations in an international learning environment is a truly gratifying life experience.