From the Aosta Valley, nestled among the French Alps where France, Switzerland, and Italy intertwine, to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Marzia Mauffrey is the Face of International Education. Marzia, an Italian engineer, fell in love with teaching almost accidentally when she accepted a substitute teaching job. She found then, and still finds today, that life has more meaning when she can inspire young people to believe in themselves.
By way of Italy to England to the United States, Marzia now leads Student Services at the International School of Denver. But she came to the school first as a mother, seeking an international community and dual-language immersion education for her daughter.
Marzia is proud to lead a team that facilitates inclusivity through differentiation and support in the classroom. Together with her team, she coaches an international faculty on how to challenge students within context. Marzia recognizes the importance of valuing each child’s capabilities, modeling global citizenship, and respecting all individuals.
Marzia still finds her biggest joy in the classroom, where she teaches Honors Mathematics.
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