Name: Acharya Sangye Tandar Naga
Acharya Sangye Tandar Naga is the head of the Tibetan Cultural Research Department and the editor of gTam-tshogs, a journal in Tibetan. He has over twenty years of Tibetan teaching experience. He taught Tibetan language and literature in the National Institute of Oriental Language and Civilizations (INALCO), Paris for the academic session 2014–2015. He teaches the morning special Tibetan language class and other academic workshops at the LTWA. He joined the LTWA in 1991.
Name: Dr Chok Tenzin Monlam
Dr Chok Tenzin Monlam is the head of the Research and Translation Department. He has been doing research on teaching-learning methods for Tibetan as a foreign language since 2001 and has been using his findings to teach students since he joined the LTWA in 2007. In 2012, he taught Tibetan language at the Summer Language Program at the University of Virginia. Speak Fluent Tibetan and Standard Tibetan Pronunciation (unpublished) are his Tibetan language works.
Name: Acharya Ani Norzom
Acharya Ani Norzom holds an acharya degree in Tibetan Studies and Buddhist philosophy from the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Varanasi. She joined the LTWA in 1999 and has been teaching Tibetan since then.
Name: Nyima Dekyi
Nyima Dekyi studied Tibetan and Buddhist philosophy in Tibet until she escaped to India in 1997. She continued to study Tibetan and Buddhist philosophy in Dolmaling Nunnery and the College for Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarah. She taught Tibetan as a foreign language at Thosamling Nunnery for more than three years before joining the LTWA in 2009.
Name: Acharya Pema Khando
Acharya Pema Khando holds an acharya degree in Tibetan studies and Buddhist philosophy from the Central University of Tibetan Studies, Varanasi. She also did her B Ed from the same university. She taught Tibetan language in the Central Schools for Tibetans, Mundgod for three years before joining the LTWA in 2015.