Our Team

Malvern House Brighton

Emiliano Sallustri

Principal

Emiliano Sallustri is the General Manager & Principal of Malvern House Brighton & Language in Action, and he is the strategic lead for the development and execution of Malvern’s Junior & Summer Camp offering. With a strong background in the travel language industry, Emiliano works closely with key Sponsors and partners to ensure that we offer exciting and innovative learning opportunities for individuals and groups. Emiliano ensures that all Malvern Summer & Juniors programmes run smoothly and deliver exceptional customer experience.

Misty Myers

EFL Teacher

I am an enthusiastic senior teacher with over 11 years’ experience gained in the UK and abroad. I’ve worked as a Director of Studies, a teacher trainer with QTS status and I’ve taught in international American schools all over Europe. I have a BA degree in English language teaching and Creative Writing, an MA in American and Canadian Studies and a few postgraduate degrees, including Spanish language teaching awarded at King’s College London. I specialise in teaching exam preparation classes and English for academic purposes. I have taught students of all ages and levels and managed language camps for teenagers. I also speak at international methodological conferences.

Karl Taylor-Robinson

Operations Manager

Karl Taylor-Robinson, CELTA, joined Malvern House Brighton in November 2020. He began teaching English in Spain in 2003 before returning to the UK to run Student Services teams in Brighton & Hove. He has a strong track record in caring for students through their journey to success in English.

Harriet Morris

EFL Teacher

I started teaching 20 years ago, and in 2012 I went to Spain to train as an English language teacher. I love teaching students from Beginner to Advanced level. It’s wonderful to see them improve their English and become more confident every day. I really like working with students from around the world – I often learn something interesting too! I studied American Studies and English at university and have a PGCE and CELTA . In my free time I enjoy reading, music, watching films and series and walking in the countryside. I also love going to the theatre and exhibitions in London.

Philip Cook

Director of Studies

I have been involved in language education since 2004, when I got my first teaching job in London. From the start, I loved the fact that every teaching day was different, and I really enjoyed learning new ways to support my students with their individual needs and goals. I decided to continue developing my teaching skills and completed a teaching diploma (Cambridge DELTA) in 2007 and an MA in English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics in 2010. Since then, I have worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and academic manager and I am now excited to be working as Director of Studies at Malvern House Brighton. In this role, I work closely with our teachers and students to make sure that each student has an enjoyable and challenging learning experience.

Roìsin O’Connor

EFL Teacher

I’ve been a teacher since 1997, and I come from a family of language teachers who travelled to different countries in Africa to teach at different schools. I studied English Literature and Linguistics, and specialised in English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics. One of my lecturers inspired me to consider teaching English language as a way to deepen connections between people of different cultures. I went on to further develop my skills with a CELTA course, and a Diploma in TESOL from Brighton University in 2015. Over the last six years, I’ve also been teaching the Cambridge exams, such as the First, Advanced and Proficiency exams, and the IELTs.