Farmwell Station Middle School
Eneida Headley, Equity Co-Lead
Eneida Headley, M.Ed.
FWS Spanish Teacher & World Languages Department ChairFWS Equity Co-Lead
Ms. Eneida Headley was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela where she earned an MBA from Universidad Santa Maria. She then began her career with Venezuelan International Airways. She completed a career switcher program at University of Virginia, and proceeded to complete her Master’s in Education at George Mason University in 2005. She is fully certified to teach AP Spanish Language (2016), and AP Spanish Literature and Culture (2017).
Ms. Headley completed the post-graduate course work required to attain her TESOL accreditation from The George Washington University, D.C. in 2018. Her work experience includes teaching K - 12 in several counties in Northern Virginia, as well as Adult Education - Advanced English Reading Comprehension, and Spanish for Educators and Administrators. Her vision for school reform includes sensitivity to the whole child and student empowerment by integrating multiculturalism in an equitable world language curriculum.
On a more personal note, Ms. Headley is the proud mother of three professional daughters born and raised in Loudoun County. They acquired French and Spanish fluency with the educational rigor of LCPS - WLC academic framework.