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Our Team

Our specially trained math instructors will teach your child how to understand math in an individual setting; our unique approach enables us to explain concepts really well and lend a helping hand to every student. Our tutors foster a caring, encouraging environment that helps kids thrive and learn! Read below to learn more about our talented team:

Hung Ngo, Executive Director

Hung has over 15 years of experience in business and education.  He received his Bachelor's Degree from CSULB and worked in corporate America before pursuing his entrepreneur endeavors.  After serving as a private Math tutor during high school and college, he developed a passion for education and working with children.  He was the captain on his Math club and held several roles like chief chess club ambassador!   In his leisure time, he enjoys fishing, discovering new restaurants, good music, and volunteering. Hung is excited to provide math confidence and enrichment to children at Downtown Seattle Mathnasium.  


 

 

Jonah Mendiola, Instructor

Jonah is an undergraduate entering his junior year at the University of Washington; majoring in Electrical Engineering. He has always enjoyed teaching mathematics because he believes that it develops relationships and builds a highly educational environment. Mathematics is also one of his favorite subjects because it helps people understand how the world works from understanding the devices we use today to even items like buying groceries. During his spare time, he hangs out with family and friends.  His hidden talents are painting and playing the ukulele.  Math Funny: Why is pi so difficult? A: Because he is irrational.

 Emilie Banks, Instructor

Bio: I love math and I love to teach! I studied math and French at the University of Redlands and just graduated in April. I've had several teaching positions in the past and I enjoy helping my students and watching them progress and get better over time. I think everyone can be good at math and enjoy solving math problems as long as they have a good teacher and a passion for learning! Next year I will be traveling to Paris, France to teach English in French middle and high schools.
Fun fact: I can solve a Rubik's cube!
Math Funny: What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi!

 

 Maria Gringauze, Instructor

Currently Maria is a student at University of Washington.  She is fond of Math, adores animals and loves chocolate.  She also loves all kinds of plants.  She has ten of them in her room.   Math Funny: Out of all the plants, her favorite tree is a geometry.

 

Monica Kramer, Instructor

Monica is a current senior in high school planning to study engineering in college.  She loves math because of the many things it helps explain, from modern art to shells on the beach to landing spaceships on the moon.  In her free time, Monica enjoys reading, hiking, watching Netflix, and playing Minecraft with her brothers.  Math Funny: What is the best way to stay warm in your room? Sit in the corner, where it is always 90 degrees!