Homeschooling in the Hispanic Community with Ana Bagnuoli – ETB #159

I met Ana Bagnuoli many years ago at a homeschooling conference in Florida. Together with her husband, they began serving the Hispanic community and talking about homeschooling. The ministry has grown to the point that they now have a homeschooling conference for Spanish-speaking homeschoolers. Ana has such a passion for homeschooling in the Hispanic community and I’m so excited to introduce you to her!

Homeschooling in the Hispanic Community with Ana Bagnuoli - ETB #159

In this episode, Ana and I discuss:

  • How Ana and I met
  • The need for homeschooling materials in Spanish
  • Serving Hispanic homeschoolers in Florida
  • Expanding the ministry and the founding of TranistionEd
  • The importance of family
  • Starting the first homeschooling conference for Spanish-speakers

Homeschooling in the Hispanic community is growing. Share this ministry with your Spanish-speaking friends and neighbors!

About Ana Bagnuoli

Ricardo Bagnuoli born in Montevideo, Uruguay and Ana María born in Bogotá, Colombia, have been married for 14 years and are the founders of TransitionED, a non-profit organization established in the United States in 2017 that trains and equips Hispanic families on how to transform their homes in the best and first place of learning. Ana and Ricardo believe that education is a design and a tool to discover, nurture and promote God-given purpose for each child. Ana and Ricardo moved to the United States over 20 years ago and learned from scratch what homeschooling truly is. They discovered homeschooling in 2012 at a short workshop and made the decision to follow the call to become mentors and teachers to their children. They are the parents of 3 homeschoolers ages 9, 11, and 13 and they have a strong business and academic background that has helped them implement homeschooling effectively and productively in their own home. They enjoy watching other families grow, they like to cook together, read, write, do business and also camp outdoors. In 2022 Ricardo and Ana created the first Hispanic Homeschooling Conference “Educa Por Diseño”  in the nation gathered hundreds of people in Miami, FL including leaders at the local, national, and international level. Ricardo and Ana have become pioneers in the Hispanic homeschooling community with more than 10 years of experience as educators, ministers, and business owners.

Ana María has a Master’s Degree in Family Counseling, a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design, and a Postgraduate Degree in Business Administration. Ricardo has been an entrepreneur since he was 12 years old, he has been in charge of multiple businesses related to the Construction industry and has a degree in Christian Education. Both are ordained ministers within the United States. During the last 6 years, Ricardo and Ana María have dedicated themselves to sharing their vision as educators of their children, as entrepreneurs and as ministers of Biblical principles for life. They are passionate about serving other families and their home is a reflection of what they live and teach others. They currently reside in the United States, Florida and are dedicated to serving the community. Ricardo and Ana María see homeschooling as a lifestyle where education unifies the family nucleus and the learning process is done as a team.

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