Mr. Ron Webb originally hails from Rosyth, Scotland, where he attended St. Leonard’s Primary School in Dunfermline, Scotland. His education through the middle years (Junior School) and High School took him to Cleethorpes, England, and he graduated from Bursar Street Junior School and Matthew Humberstone Schools, respectively.

At the young age of 15 ½, he left school to become a labourer and work on a construction site; soon thereafter, he enrolled in a technical college to become a City and Guilds qualified bricklayer. Mr. Webb then spent 18 months serving as a volunteer with the VSO—essentially the United Kingdom’s equivalent of the Peace Corps—stationed on the island of St. Kitts, in the West Indies. Here he taught the people construction technology.

Upon his return to England, he enrolled in Ruskin College, Oxford to gain a diploma in Higher Education with a specialty in Sociology. This was followed by additional education at the University of London, where he graduated with honors from the School of Oriental and African Studies, earning a B.A. in Geography and Development Studies. Later, Mr. Webb moved to Barcelona, Spain, where he completed the CELTA Diploma, and therefore, certified to teach English to adults.

He married in 1997, and moved to Miami 2000, where he began working with the Historical Museum of South Florida. Mr. Webb joined CRMA in 2004, and after five years, family commitments necessitated a move to Newport Beach, California. He studied Marketing at University of California Irvine, and in 2011, his son Alex was born. Mr. Webb jokes “That’s when I stopped sleeping!” In 2012 he moved back to Miami and is elated to be rejoining the CRMA family for the 2012-2013 school year.