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:
Sachin Gore, Center Director & Owner
Welcome, I'm Sachin! I graduated from Penn State with BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering. I also have an MBA from Drexel University.
I love teaching kids math because I feel math is such an important life skill and I know that many students find math to be frustrating and confusing. Using math to solve engineering and business problems was key to success in my own career. While math came relatively easy to me, our son struggled to "get" math and I struggled to teach it to him in a way that made sense until we discovered Mathnasium!
After college, I worked at Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI for 3 years before moving to Minnesota to work for Andersen Windows in Bayport. In my professional career, I am proud to be the inventor of several new products that received patents.
In addition to living and working in the St. Croix Valley with my wife and son, I enjoy volunteering for Junior Achievement (JA) and the St. Croix Valley Athletic Association (SCVAA).
McKenzie Budrow, Assistant Center Director
Hi, I'm McKenzie and I am from Roberts, WI. I am a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin- River Falls, studying mathematics education.
I have loved math for as long as I can remember, so working at Mathnasium is a perfect fit for me. I love to provide students with a supportive, encouraging environment, which helps give them a positive outlook on math.
Outside of Mathnasium, I am a member of the Roberts Lions Club and Roberts Royalty Committee. I also love to spend time with my friends and family, cook and bake, and travel.
Celeste Nelson, Math Coach
Hello, my name is Celeste Nelson and I live in Hudson. Outside of Mathnasium, I’m the Math Interventionist for the Hudson Middle School.
I grew up not far from Hudson in Clayton, WI. After high school, I attended Mount Senario College in Ladysmith, WI where I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Math/Secondary Education and minor in Computer Science. Later on, I earned my Masters in Education from St. Mary’s University in Winona, MN.
My son, Max, is a freshman in college and plays lacrosse. I’ve enjoyed traveling with him around the country and Canada to watch him play and coach. We also have a lovable yellow lab named Duke.
I love watching lacrosse, traveling, reading, creating in Shutterfly, and watching movies. My favorite sports teams are the Georgia Swarm, Hastings Walleye, and Green Bay Packers.
Will Sealy, Math Coach
Hi there! My name is Will, and I am from Shakopee, Minnesota. I am currently a senior at University of Wisconsin at River Falls majoring in Elementary Education.
Mathnasium is an incredibly dynamic learning environment. What I love most is being able to get to know so many students as I work to help them succeed. There are so many interactions I look forward to every time I come to work.
Besides working at Mathnasium, I find myself spending a lot of time with friends. We enjoy playing volleyball, watching movies, and going out to eat. I love to keep myself busy!
Noah Lundeen, Math Coach
Hi! I am Noah! I live in Hudson where I go to Hudson High School and have taken math classes through AP Calculus. I am part of the class of 2020!
I chose to work at Mathnasium because I was once a student here and struggled in my Calculus class. The Mathnasium instructors did a phenomenal job of helping me through my struggles in math, so I would like the opportunity to help others as well.
In my free time, I enjoy running and am on the track and cross country teams. I also enjoy the outdoors and watching movies with friends.
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