Meet our Team

Cinthya Trueba

Cinthya TruebaCinthya is the president and CEO of the Cultural Center for Language Studies (CCLS Houston), in Houston, Texas. CCLS is a language school focused on developing fluency in English, Spanish and Portuguese for corporate-level clientele. Cinthya draws on over a decade of experience in teaching, business management and public relations in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. She is a graduate of Universidad Pan Americana in Mexico City, with a B.A. in Business Administration and Business Management. She served as the Executive Director of the Camera de Empresarios Latinos de Houston (Entrepreneur’s Latin Chamber of Commerce in Houston), and has been repeatedly recognized for her accomplished business skill, language instruction expertise and knowledge of Latin American business and social cultural nuances.

Ms. Trueba’s experience includes:

  • Public Relations
  • Business Management
  • Quality Control and Administration
  • Spanish Language Instruction
  • Business Leadership & Planning
  • Business Development & Networking
  • Curriculum Development
  • Contract Development & Negotiation

Qualifications

CCLS Houston provides English, Spanish and Portuguese language instruction, and business skill development programs for corporate clients. Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Universidad Pan Americana, Cuidad de Mexico
  • Certified Spanish and English Instructor, CCLS International
  • Camera de Empresarios Latinos de Houston
  • Development Management Skills degree, Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (Tec de Monterrey)
  • TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages)
  • Centro Cultural Brasil USA
  • American Association of Intensive English Programs (AAIEP)

History

  • Spanish Instructor, CCLS McAllen, Texas
  • Chief of Corporate Communications and Public Relations, Tubacero SA
  • General Manager of Special Events & Food Services, Tec de Monterrey (Mexico City Campus)
  • Press Liaison, Televisa Mexico, World Cup 1986