Mathnasium 410 Inverness Corners, Birmingham AL 35242 (205) 437-3322   invernesscorners@mathnasium.com

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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:

 

Center Director/OwnerGayle Davison, Owner

Gayle graduated from Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, with a Master's degree in Math Education where she also satisfied the requirements necessary to teach college level mathematics.  In addition, she received the degree, "Administration in Education"  from Samford University, Birmingham, AL. Gayle taught middle school, high school and college mathematics for 31 years. She was recognized as a “Highly Qualified Math Teacher” in Shelby County where she taught for her last 11 years. In the summer of 2012 Gayle retired from the Shelby County school system.  Following a wonderful year of retirement, she heard a radio ad for Mathnasium, and was immediately intrigued. Her first reaction was “this ad was written for me!” Gayle not only loves helping students with math, but she also understands the frustration many parents feel when they realize their children are struggling with math. Having taught in public schools as well as doing private tutoring, she knows how well students respond when they understand math. They discover a newly found confidence that drives an even greater interest in math, and before long, they actually look forward to math class! “This business is a 'no brainer' for me. Everybody wins with Mathnasium; parents, students, teachers, schools, and me! What a joy to bring such a winning organization to our community!”

 

 Jake Johnson, Center Director 

 My name is Jake Johnson. I graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics in 2012. I then went on to work at the Auburn Boys & Girls Club for nearly two years as the Athletic Director. Although I really enjoyed that job, I knew I wanted to get more involved in the education aspect of helping kids, especially in math. I started at Mathnasium in September of 2014 and have loved it every step of the way. While at Mathnasium, I also obtained my Master's Degree in Secondary Education to help me better educate our students. In my spare time I enjoy hobbies such as playing basketball and swimming. I have always enjoyed math and love when I get the opportunity to help kids of all ages enjoy it as well.  

 

 Andrea Shipley

My name is Andrea Shipley, and I have a Bachelor's Degree in math education from UNA. I am currently pursuing a Master's Degree in forensic science from UAB. Math and science have always been my favorite subjects and I look forward to combining them. I also enjoy participating in choir and hanging out with my cat. I enjoy teaching at Mathnasium because I love to share my enjoyment of math and see that enjoyment grow in the students!

 

 Cameron Grondines

My name is Cameron Grondines. I graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina in 2018 with a Bachelor's of Science in Physics and Applied Mathematics. While studying at Furman I worked part time as a math tutor for my fellow Furman students and I enjoyed helping others to understand and excel in mathematics. Outside of Mathnasium, I enjoy computer programming and staying active. I enjoy working at Mathnasium because it allows me to give back to the Birmingham community by reaching more students and helping them to excel in math.

 

John Kiyak

My name is John Kiyak. I graduated from UAB with a degree in computer science. My favorite subject in school was math and I've enjoyed teaching at Mathnasium. I enjoy video games, working out, and coding in my free time.

 

 Benjamin Dyer

My name is Benjamin Dyer and I am a junior at Oak Mountain High School. I have always had a good understanding of math and love working with kids. Outside of Mathnasium, I love watching sports, playing trombones, and listening to Mariah Carey. I have learned so much about myself as a tutor and I love my job!

 

 Brooks Souders

 My name is Brooks Souders and I am a senior at Evangel Christian School. I really enjoy playing video games, reading, and watching sports. I really like math and teaching math, so Mathnasium is a perfect fit for me. As an instructor, I love working with kids to help them understand and love math.

 

Elena Bull

 My name is Elena Bull, and I am a senior at Kolbe Academy Online. I have always enjoyed math and appreciate the flexibility of Mathnasium's curriculum, so it has been a great experience working at Mathnasium. Outside of school and Mathnasium, I enjoy playing the flute and learning about philosophy. After high school, I hope to attend Christendom College to study math. At Mathnasium, I love helping students and getting better at math myself!

 

 Eli Getman

 My name is Eli Getman and I am a senior at Auburn University. I am a mathematics and computer science double major and greatly enjoy math! I love to help kids learn and enjoy math so Mathnasium is a fantastic experience for me. I enjoy some sports, such as table tennis, soccer, and ultimate frisbee.

 

Jack Rodgers

 My name is Jack Rodgers and I am a senior at Oak Mountain High School. In my free time I enjoy running and I am on the cross country team at Oak Mountain. I also enjoy martial arts and am a black belt in Tangsoo Do. I enjoy math, and love how Mathnasium gives me the opportunity to share that love of math with many amazing students.

 

 Logan Camp

My name is Logan Camp and I am a senior at Oak Mountain High School. I have always enjoyed helping people as well as doing math, so teaching at Mathnasium is a wonderful job for me. In my free time, I enjoy playing video games as well as fencing, which is a kind of sword fighting. So far, I have really enjoyed helping students learn math here at Mathnasium in fun, simple ways.