Brett Almasi is the Head Principal at AUPP High School Foxcroft Academy. He grew up in Bath, Maine (United States) and attended college at the University of Maine at Farmington, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 2003. Before his career began at Foxcroft Academy, he taught English at different private schools in Monterrey, Mexico, and the state of Connecticut.
Before traveling to Cambodia, Brett was a Global Politics and American History teacher at Foxcroft Academy for thirteen years, and was also a member of the school’s Leadership Committee. During his time at Foxcroft Academy, Brett received his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership, as well as a Post-Master’s Certificate in the same field of study. He obtained his 040 School Building Administration Certification, which qualifies him to be a school Principal and Vice Principal.
Brett’s interests include being an avid reader on many subjects and genres, cooking, travelling, and running. He completed five marathon races (42.1 Kilometer races).
Mr. Pak Limis the Academic Coordinator at AUPP High School Foxcroft Academy. He was born in 1976 in Battambang, and graduated from Monivong High School. Mr. Lim then pursued his BA in Phnom Penh (IFL) and MA (De La Salle University) in the Philippines. He has been teaching English in Phnom Penh for the last 24 years. Since 2008, he has worked in school management through teaching MA courses and managing schools.
Outside of work, he enjoys travelling, cycling, and reading books on leadership and self-help (NLP). He is passionate about sharing and discussing ideas from these topics with people in his personal and professional life.
Mrs. Hui Ling Teoh is from Malaysia and is currently the Administrator for the AUPP High School Foxcroft Academy. Previously, Ling was in the airline industries and entered the education profession upon her arrival to Cambodia in 2005. For 15 years, she worked as a School Administrator and Exam officer for a Reputable International School.
Her passion is working with students as they grow, supporting teachers and staff so that they can reach their greatest potential.