Certified Educators

Each Boundless Education Centre has a team of incredible educators that were thoughtfully curated and hand-picked among hundreds of talented teacher applicants from around the world.

Anne Edmondson

Education Centre Coordinator
Born and raised in Northern Ireland, Anne is a highly experienced international educator who has taught in schools in the U.S., Middle East, and most recently, Dubai. She has served on the board of a UK-based children's charity, Gulf for Good, for ten years, leading the organisation as Chairwoman for five of those years. With an aspiration to create a world where equal opportunities for education are available to all, she focused her work on the UN sustainability goals of quality education, accessibility to quality healthcare and housing. Anne has traveled extensively in the developing world, volunteering in many parts of Africa and Nepal. In her spare time, she loves to hike, play padel tennis, cycle and be in nature.

Zak Welborn

Upper Foundation Lead Educator
Zak graduated in the UK with a degree in Primary education, and has had extensive experience in Finnish Education and in implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals. He has a passion for education and ensures that the curriculum being taught is innovative by using an inquiry-based approach. Throughout Zak’s career, he has taught in Asia and Europe and specialised in Geography and Physical Education. In his spare time, he enjoys travelling and watching live sports.

Dorathea Roos

Lower Foundation Lead Educator
Dorathea is a trilingual educator from Cape Town, South Africa with over 25 years of teaching experience. She moved to Indonesia after graduating and volunteered with a local school, where she developed an interest in education and a passion for special education and experiential learning in particular. She worked as a teacher at international schools for many years, before completing further studies in occupational therapy and sensory delays and achieving her dream of becoming a SenCo. Dee believes in the importance of allowing children to learn from hands-on experiences and being allowed to make mistakes to help them grow and implement the learning in their daily lives.

Jessica Stephanie

Upper Exploration Lead Educator
With a Montessori teaching diploma and years of experience as an Early Years Teacher, Jessica is committed to creating dynamic learning spaces that integrate Montessori and EYFS methods. Her diverse background — half South African and half Indonesian — brings a distinctive viewpoint to education. As a mother of two wonderful girls, Jessica values the opportunity to positively influence young minds. When not in the classroom, you can find her enjoying the beach or engrossed in compelling books, driven by the desire to inspire positive growth for the children she cares for.

Mutiara Tsuroyya

Upper Exploration Support Educator
Mutiara is Javanese, and has been living in Bali for over 23 years. After obtaining her degree in accounting, Mutiara worked at the Ikigai Preschool and Kindergarten, starting as an assistant teacher and eventually becoming a teacher coordinator. She strives to create a student-centred and inclusive learning environment in the classroom and instilling a love for learning in the kids. She believes in empowering students to become independent and critical thinkers, capable of applying their knowledge to real-world situations. Mutiara has a passion for exploring different cuisines and foods as a way of connecting with local cultures, and enjoys swimming in her free time. 

Laksmi Prema Dewi

Lower Exploration Lead Educator
Laksmi has a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from the Yogyakarta State University and has been teaching for six years. As a teacher, she especially enjoys supporting each child’s growth and nurturing their love of learning. She believes a Montessori classroom provides an essential environment for children to learn and grow, and she hopes to guide her students to become lifelong learners. In her free time, Laksmi enjoys traveling, cooking, and being with family and friends.

Sukma Wati

Foundation Support
Sukma is from Bali, and graduated from Mahasaraswati Denpasar University with a degree in English and Education. She has experience teaching Math at Kumon Mahendradata, English at Hooray Kids and Indonesian at Green School Bali. Sukma believes education should follow a student-centred approach, and that each student is unique and possesses their own strengths and learning styles. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge, and enjoys being a learner as well. After a busy day, Sukma enjoys playing badminton or having a latte while reading a novel. 

Arielle Montong

Exploration Assistant
Arielle is from Manado, Indonesia, and is currently working towards her diploma in Early Childhood Education. Arielle has always loved interacting with children, and enjoyed witnessing how they play and learn together when she volunteered at a local preschool. She enjoys learning new languages, and in her spare time, she loves reading and collecting comic books.