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Jim Aloisio, Owner/Center Director
Hi, my name is Jim Aloisio. My wife Mary and I have been married for over 26 years and have three great kids who are now grown and in college or pursuing careers. When they were growing up, Mary and I were very active and involved in their education and extracurricular activities. Mary was an officer of our local PTA for many years and I coached soccer and baseball. Being involved in the community has always been an important part of our lives.

Over my 27 years as a professional, I have had many diverse experiences from business owner and executive manager, to math teacher and head of the Gloucester High School math department. In 1997 I volunteered my time designing systems to evaluate MCAS data for the City of Gloucester. During this time I developed a strong bond with several teachers and administrators and began to consider teaching. In 1998, I made the leap from businessman to math teacher in the Gloucester public schools. It was one of the best decisions of my life. For ten years, I taught math first in the middle school and high school level, ultimately becoming Department Head for the High School Mathematics Department. During this time I taught every course the department offered. It was a fantastic experience that brought out my passion for teaching and helping young minds grow.

As the owner and Center Director of the Mathnasium facility in North Beverly, I will utilize my passion for teaching math and for helping young people. The creator of Mathnasium's curriculum, Larry Martinek, is an insightful math instructor who has "broken the code" for teaching math in a simple way that makes sense to everyone. As Larry often says, "Showing a student that they can succeed in math can change the course of his/her life". Through Mathnasium, I have learned many approaches and techniques for tailoring lessons to a particular student's way of thinking. The underlying math is the same, but how it is presented is terrific in its simplicity and elegance. It is thrilling for me to be heading up the North Beverly Mathnasium and we look forward to working with you and your child.
Heather Walter, Lead Instructor
Heather is a recent graduate of Salem State College with a Masters in Education and a major is Mathematics. Heather has a passion for teaching and working with people of all ages to help them understand mathematical concepts. Her hobbies include Knitting and taking care of her 4 dogs. She is a big sister and loves working with kids.
Dan Eversole, Instructor
I received my PhD and MS degrees from The University of Texas at Austin in Biomedical Engineering, BS degrees from The University of Rochester in Optics and Biomedical Engineering, and a certificate in ethnomusicology from The Eastman School of Music. I have 10+ years experience teaching students of all ages; throughout my schooling, I was a teaching assistant for advanced mathematics, physics/optics, and engineering classes, and privately taught violin. In October 2011, I moved to Lynn, Massachusetts, where I co-founded the biotechnology firm NanoPulse Biosciences LLC. A feeling of emptiness from not working with students, led me to join Mathnasium in January 2012. I have a great passion for teaching mathematics, for it is a hugely important subject in anyone’s life that should not be a barrier to ones’ success. It is my hope through tutoring, that I can excite students to keep with and enjoy math and help influence students to its many applications in engineering and science. A lot of the time, I can be found at a local coffee shop reading, composing music, or developing a new nanotech idea for my startup. I also love playing classical and rock violin and hanging out with my two cocker spaniels at local parks.
Annaka Carter, Instructor
Annaka recently graduated from Salem State University with a B.S. in psychology and a minor in mathematics. During her years as an undergraduate, she tutored high school students taking algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, and statistics. She was also involved in Salem State’s Supplemental Instruction program, providing help to psychology students taking a research methods & statistics course.

Annaka comes from a family of musicians, to which she attributes her math skills and love of music. She believes students learn best when the material is presented in a way that relates to their own interests and she is excited to use Mathnasium’s fun and engaging approach to explain mathematical concepts to students of all ages and competency levels.
Dick Woodbury,
Dick is a retired teaching professional.  He has spent over 25 years teaching all levels of Mathematics to students of all ages.  He is passionate about math and volunteers his time to work with the council of mathematics educators in formulating new approaches to teaching math.  Dick is a family man with 7 adopted children and has coached football and baseball for several of the area school systems.  He is patient, kind and a master at teaching math in a way that makes sense to each person.  Dick's teaching philosophy fits in perfectly with the Mathnasium approach and he has been very impressed with the techniques he has learned while working with Mathnasium.
Gina Looby, Instructor
Gina holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, and worked professionally in this field for 10 years. She has been married for 20 years and has two children who will be attending the Ipswich High School this fall. Gina enjoys crafting pottery, boating on Cape Annís coastline and volunteering. For the past 9 years, Gina has worked for the Ipswich public school system as a substitute teacher, where she developed a love for the classroom and helping kids learn. Her passion for math led her to obtain a preliminary license to teach mathematics. Understanding and enjoying math is an immeasurable value, achievable by all. She is excited to join Mathnasium, and strives to foster her studentís confidence so they believe mathematics can play a significant role in their futures.
Alex Lee, Instructor
Alex graduated from Cornell University in 2012 with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. He is currently a student at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary working towards an M. Div. Ever since he was young, Alex has been attending after-school math programs; consequently, he has been exposed to many different ways of learning math, both good and bad. He desires to explain to students at Mathnasium the very best ways of understanding the material. Alex is married to Ashley Lee. He enjoys playing many different sports, hiking , and singing and playing the guitar. Raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Alex is a fan of most of the Philadlephia's teams.
Greg Hunter, Instructor
  Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University
  of Massachusetts, Lowell with a concentration in teaching. He enjoys working
  with children of all ages and has worked at the Pleasant Valley School-Age
  Child Care Summer program which is for children Preschool to 8th grade.
  Pleasant Valley has given Greg experience creating a safe and fun environment
  for children of all different ages and personalities. Throughout High School
  Greg tutored students one-on-one with Algebra, Geometry, and American Sign
  Language.  He is an aspiring math teacher and enjoy sharing my experiences
  with student's so they too will have an enjoyment of Math.  Greg is very impressed with the Mathnasium
 Culture and approach, he is passionate about teaching math in a way that makes sense to each student.
Drew Stonesifer, Instructor
Drew is a graduate of Bucknell University, where he double majored in math and music, two of his passions. He relishes the thought of helping students think like mathematicians, and loves having the opportunity to do so! While his wife is a full-time student at Gordon-Conwell, he is working as a data analyst in the automotive industry, and thereby, is a total car nut. When he's not reading about cars, math, or playing piano, it's likely he's practicing disc golf at his local course or spending time with his wife catching up on good movies and tv shows. This summer, Drew is hoping to spread his love for math by starting a Master's degree program in education.
Kyle Zang, Instructor
I moved to Massachusetts from California. While in CA I worked for a Mathnasium Center located in the LA area and was very impressed with the teaching methods and success students achieved. I am working towards my Major in Biology and Mathematics. I am proficient in Chemistry, Physics and of course Math. Working at Mathnasium has been a fantastic experience, the students, parents and other instructors create a welcoming encouraging environment and it is great to see the students attitudes change when they discover they can learn and understand Math.
Lois Storace, Instructor
Lois has a Bachelors Degree in Education with a Math Minor from Salem State and a Masters Degree in Education with an Administrative Certification from Emmanuel. She has over 30 years teaching experience in grades k-8, with specialties in math in public, private, and parochial schools. After retiring from the classroom, Lois developed and directed a math enrichment program for Belmont Day School. While living on Cape Cod, Lois missed working with children so she researched various math tutoring programs, and found Mathnasium to have a philosophy very similar to her own. She began working at the Hyannis Mathnasium in 2009, and after moving to the North Shore, Lois was very happy to join the North Beverly Mathnasium Staff in 2012.
Andrew Kwiatkowski, Instructor
Andrew is a senior at Gordon College. He is a math major and would one day like to be a High School math teacher. He has tutored in Algebra and is excited at the opportunity of being on the Mathnasium team and helping kids learn in all levels of math. He has two older brothers, one who is on his way to becoming a PhD in Math, so he is sure to go to his brother if he needs homework help. When not studying math, Andrew is an avid runner and can be seen on the track or doing local road races.
Jensine Cheng, Instructor
Jensine is currently a senior math major at Gordon College. She has a passion for helping children get interested in and understand math. During high school, she had a chance to tutor other students in various subjects including math. She gained more experience tutoring chemistry as a sophomore in college. When Jensine is not in school, she helps with the childrenís choir and other childrenís activities at her home church. Besides doing math, she plays the piano and violin. Jensine hopes to be a math teacher or actuary in the future.
Infinity (the dog), Mathnasium Mascot
Infinity is a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle (Golden-Doodle) he is Hypo Allergenic with a very calm friendly temperament. He enjoys going for walks, chasing sticks and tossed tennis balls as well as vigorous belly scratches. Finny usually sits under my desk and greets people as they come in with a big doggie smile and tail wag.
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