Our Teaching Team
Our staff is highly qualified and experienced. Contact us for a free consultation and needs analysis.
Liz Bigler is one of Georgia’s most experienced English as a Second Language specialists. She has been married to a Japanese national for over 25 years and visits Japan frequently.
Some of her professional highlights include:
Has created a method of one-on-one teaching that emphasizes a conversational base with detailed and personalized correction of pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary.
Holds a certificate in “Teaching Accent Reduction to English Language Learners” from the University of Georgia
Is the only Master Teacher Trainer in Georgia of the Color Vowel System of pronunciation.
Lived and taught English in Japan for 3 years
Has taught English to Japanese speakers (and others) for over 25 years
Has taught TESOL certificate program (to teachers of ESL) at Kennesaw State University
Taught at Seigakuin Atlanta International School for 10 years
Holds a master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and ESL from Georgia State University
Certified instructor of the Compton P-ESL Accent Modification method
Speaks conversational Japanese
Visits Japan frequently.
Specializes in the typical problems Japanese speakers have with English vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation
Member of TESOL International and Georgia TESOL
Bill Parson has a certificate in teaching ESL (TESOL) from Kennesaw State University, a bachelor's degree in Mathematics, and an associate's degree in electronics technology. He has over 20 years of classroom experience, teaching ESL and other subjects. Based in the Peachtree City area, Bill teaches on-site Business English in a corporate environment, and one-on-one private lessons. He says, “My love of teaching and the feeling I get when I do something to help someone take a step forward in their life are enormously fulfilling and gratifying. I’m really happy to be a part of Bigler ESL.”
LEE ANN EARLY
Lee Ann Early has been teaching Conversational English in the Peachtree Corners area for 19 years. She received her Bachelor's degree in Social Science from the University of Georgia and her Master's degree in Public Policy from the University of Southern California. Lee Ann grew up in a very a very culturally diverse area of South Florida, and has always felt a special bond with international people. She received her ESL teaching certificate through the North American Mission Board and has also been certified to teach teachers. She serves as a Regional Coordinator for Literacy Missions with the Georgia Baptist Mission Board and is the Director of the International Learning Center at Peachtree Corners Baptist Church.
Mike Macomber has been involved with ESL programs for over 10 years as an administrator and one-on-one tutor for students of several languages. He retired in 2008 from the Information Systems field where he was a software analyst/designer, quality assurance/ implementation professional. He enjoys working with adults and children alike. Mike is based in the Peachtree Corners area and says, “My greatest reward is when I see a student realize that they can learn and use another language effectively to expand and enrich their life."
Carol MacIntyre served as the English Department Chairperson of Dunwoody High School for 28 years, during which she was named Teacher of the Year twice. She taught in the Governor's Honors program for three years, and served as a consultant for its English program. Carol has won two Fulbright scholarships to India and Peru, and summer fellowships to Virginia Commonwealth, Yale, Princeton, and New York University Syracuse. She's also served as English Department Chair at Wesleyan School, and taught ESL at Kennesaw State University. She is fluent in French and loves traveling, dogs, and sushi.