Señora Forero grew up in Bogotá, Colombia where she earned her Early Childhood Education degree from San Buenaventura University. She started her career working as a professor at San Buenaventura University while pursuing her Masters degree. Señora Forero later moved to Atlanta, having the fortune to continue her career at Atlanta International School where she was a Spanish teacher for 30 years. During her tenure at Atlanta International School, Señora Forero taught Spanish to children ranging from 3 year Pre-K to 2nd grade, and served as the Primary School Spanish Coordinator for 14 years.
For 17 years Señora Forero directed Spanish musical groups for different hispanic masses at Christ the King, Saint Joseph, and St. John Newman. She thought she was going to start her retirement, but when Dr. Broom called her to offer her a part time job at St. John Neumann Regional Catholic School, she felt God was calling her back to her Catholic roots to offer her experience as a Spanish teacher at SJN.
She feels blessed and very happy to be in a school where there are so many native Spanish speakers, and she hopes to promote the love of reading and speaking Spanish.