Teachers and Contributors

Christopher David

Christopher David is from California, USA.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, a Master’s in Education, and is currently working towards a Doctorate in Psychology.  He has backpacked the Himalayas, studied abroad in Japan, and competed in mixed martial arts around the globe.  He has seven years of experience teaching English Language Learners.  Recently, he has left his post as the Department Head of Foreign Languages at a top international university in Thailand to pursue his full-time career in teaching online, the imminent future of education.

Having an extensive background in philosophy, history, and human relationships, he can help you navigate through the challenging material throughout the course.  He is available for one-on-one and group sessions.  He can help answer specific questions or lead a discussion.  His objective is to support the learner by supplementing the elements needed for a successful journey through Rebuilding Arcadia. 

Kayley Santiago

Kayley lives with her family in Australia, but has spent over a decade teaching English as a Second Language (ESL/EFL) in Europe and Asia. Spain and France are her favorite holiday destinations.

Her first novel Rebuilding Arcadia (written under a penname) is designed as a discussion resource for teachers and advanced students of Literature, Social Studies and Political Philosophy.

Kayley studied her Masters in Teaching (Secondary) at Federation University, Melbourne, Australia. She holds TEFL/TESOL certification from the Australasian Training Academy.


Ken Raney

Ken is president of Clash Creative, Inc., a producer of graphic design and illustration for the Christian audience. He also owns Clash Entertainment, Inc., an entertainment portal website for Christian teens featuring media news, reviews, and interviews for books, comics, music, movies, careers, and gaming.

Raney is the author/illustrator of two children’s picture books and has over 40 years of experience in graphic design, illustration, advertising and marketing. His latest project is as co-creator and illustrator of Dino Hunters: Discovery in the Desert, the first in a series of “Apologetics adventures” for teens and tweens.

He and his wife, author Deborah Raney, have four children and make their home in Kansas. More information is available at http://www.kenraney.com