Jean Roberto Luz da Silva has two years of experience in the nonprofit sector. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from the Federal University of Pará (UFPA) in Brazil. As an assistant researcher, he created a virtual self-access learning center that reached more than one hundred thousand language learners in digital settings under the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) program. Then, Jean was acknowledged with an Academic Laureate from UFPA. He works with two community-based organizations to advance education, culture, and youth leadership. Jean is a volunteer in Mapa Educação—a social movement that enables young leaders to promote changes toward education needs and quality while acting closely with representatives elected by the people. He is also the vice-coordinator of the US-Brazil Exchange Alumni Association in Pará, where he works to spread American initiatives on education, culture, and social entrepreneurship to foster new perspectives for young people in Pará’s capital, Belém City. Jean has volunteered as a peer educator on teacher training initiatives promoted by the US Department of State in Brazil. Through these experiences, he developed strong project coordination, youth mentoring, and consulting skills. Jean enjoys focusing on the topics of language learning and teaching, technological development, and teaching development. He has a strong commitment to underserved people’s empowerment.