Ranya Al-Ghawi joined the British School of Bucharest in 2020 as a Primary Teaching Assistant. Following her deep passion for English language and literature, Ranya acquired a PhD in Philology and a Masters degree in American Studies from the University of Bucharest. She has a published work entitled 'Memoirs and Dreams', which was edited by the Romanian-American poet, Gene Tanta. Her long experience in teaching English as a second language started in 1998 in Jordan and continued in Romania. She worked at public and private schools with students aged 6-12 and was responsible for some extra programs like gifted students and SPANA Club. The UNICEF training programs that she obtained on different topics such as youth participatory, development, and gender sensitiveness endowed her with more tolerance and understanding.