|Sister Trinitas Hernandez
Sister Trinitas Hernandez, affectionately known as Sister T, founded the Rosalie Rendu Center in 1996 and serves as the Executive Director. Since joining the Daughters of Charity at the age of 18, Sister T has dedicated her life to serving the poor. Her compassion for bettering the community is evident in everything she does at the Center, ranging from teaching ESL classes to fundraising for field trips and educational programs.
ESL Teacher / Instructional Program Coordinator
As an ESL teacher at the Center, Maria leads students through the foundations of reading, writing and speaking the English language. Maria is passionate about educating non-native English speakers and is actively establishing collaborative relationships between the Center and several local organizations that promote literacy for children and adults.
|Sister Patricia Geoghegan
Sister Patricia is a Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. She teaches ESL to second level students. She has had extensive experience working with Latinx in various venues and countries. Seeing her students advance and improve in work and in social situations brings her joy.
A TESOL certificate recipient from UC Santa Cruz Extension, Jason is passionate about helping learners achieve their English language literacy goals by using natural, authentic, and meaningful approaches to acquiring language. Jason’s language teaching methodology is influenced by this tenet: one of the most important things for people is to be understood.
Jeanna manages our database and provides administrative support to Sister T and Maria. Her extensive experience in the non-profit educational sector makes her a perfect match for the Rosalie Rendu Center.