Libby joined our team full time at the beginning of 2017 upon graduating from UCLA. While at University, she served as Captain of the UCLA Spirit Squad and enjoyed traveling for D1 sports, commercial shoots and special Bruin events. In addition to her bachelor's degree, Libby has completed a certificate in School Management and Leadership through the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Harvard Business School.
Libby is responsible for Mathnasium's community and school outreach, as well as supervising our Phoenix area learning centers as their area manager. If you have an event, fundraising opportunity, or auction item request, please send it to [email protected] and Libby will be in touch.
Director of Operations
Evan's professional experience with Mathnasium began in 2013 when his family opened their first math learning center. Evan spent many summers and holiday breaks working as an Instructor. After graduating his bachelors degree in Business Management at Texas Tech, he began working as the Director of Operations for our family enterprise and has now relocated back to our hometown in Dallas, Texas!
Evan is excited to work with our students and continue their progress with math. He, himself, struggled with math when he was in elementary school and with supplemental support was able to not only close his gaps but got into an accelerated math curriculum by the time he entered high school.
Evan is a stickler for customer service and meeting and exceeding your expectations. He welcomes your recommendations. He looks forward to meeting you and sharing his passion for education with our mathletes.
Karen earned a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Penn State and spent ten years in the business community. After staying at home with her kids, she earned her Texas Teaching certification and went on to teach third and fifth grades and Special Ed for seven years. In addition, she served on the Response to Intervention team and was the district liaison for Math Curriculum and Instruction. Karen completed her Master’s degree in 2010 and, prior to moving from Texas, served three years on her elementary school’s administration team incorporating and facilitating 21st Century learning standards.
Karen has been a proud franchisee with Mathnasium since 2013 and looks forward to making math make sense to all the kids who learn at Mathnasium. Since opening her first location, Karen has been recognized by Mathnasium as a Top Performing Franchise Owner. Karen received the Exceptional People award in 2016 for her ability to hire and train one of the strongest instructional teams through Mathnasium. Karen has also been awarded in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 for having Top Performing locations. She recently served on the Mathnasium Franchise Advisory Committee, which helps guide Mathnasium Headquarters as it makes key decisions about the direction of the company. Often our center has the opportunity to pilot new curriculum or student management systems prior to global launches, allowing us to serve our students in the best way possible.
Steve is the proud co-owner of multiple Mathnasium Learning Centers in Southern California, Arizona and Texas. Steve retired in 2018 from Petco, where he served as the Chief Stores Officer. He also served as the Treasurer and a Board Member of the Petco Foundation, a leading supporter of animal welfare organizations nationally. He now works full-time with his wife, Karen, two children, Libby and Evan and their terrific Mathnasium teams.
Steve believes Mathnasium not only builds students' math skills, but also helps build their self-confidence. The Mathnasium method of teaching students math, the unique and customized curriculum for each student and the passionate team of instructors ensures that every student succeeds, whether they are catching up, keeping up or getting ahead!
Our Mathnasium Mission
Teach children math so they understand it, master it, and love it. Math can change their lives, and they can change the world.
What I love about Mathnasium is the ability to teach problem-solving skills and make math make sense, while also making a student smile.
Are you interested in changing lives through math? We're looking for outstanding individuals with a high level of commitment who are passionate about teaching math. Find out if there's a Mathnasium position that's just right for you!
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