Dr. Andrew Almazan directs the Psychology Department at CEDAT-Gifted School in Mexico.
Has worked for 10 years directing the first programs for gifted education at Latin America, is responsible for the largest special grouping system for talented at Mexico with over 10,000 students.
Currently holds 8 academic degrees: PhD in Education Innovation, Master in Psychology by Harvard University, Master in Education, Master in Management by Yale University, Master in Gifted Psychology (University of Connecticut), MBA, Bachelor in Psychology and Bachelor in Medicine.
He was awarded the 2020 Derek Bok Public Service Award by Harvard University, the 2016 Mexico National Award of Psychology, and the 2010 Mexico City Youth Prize.
With a long track record of studying and international awards, his integral fields of fields of work provide unique resources for teaching.
Attached is the master in Psychology diploma from Harvard University, class 2020.
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