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MEET YOUR HOSTS

ITA advisors and teaching abroad experts, all of whom possess extensive experience in TEFL & living overseas.

John Bentley

ITA Co-Founder

John Bentley

A lifelong traveler who grew up in Cairo, Egypt, John Bentley wrote for the Egypt-Israel Edition of the famous Let’s Go! guidebook series during his student days at Harvard and has worked in the fields of international travel, education, and journalism ever since. Residing in Vancouver, Washington, John enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, and cooking up a feast!

Ahmad Al-Ashqar

Taught English in Dubai

Ahmad Al-Ashqar

Ahmad is a Kuwait-born Palestinian from the south side of Chicago, and after college, he moved to Dubai to teach high school English. Ahmad has a B.A. in English Literature and an MFA in Creative Writing.

Jeff Penick

Taught English in Korea

Jeff Penick

Prior to joining ITA in 2011, Jeff spent two years teaching English in Seoul, South Korea. He used the money he saved while teaching in Korea to fund a year of travel in Asia and South America. Here in Chicago, Jeff can always be counted on to make a strong showing in ITA’s annual Halloween costume contest.