Our staff is built to teach each student individually, to develop the skills they need to thrive in mathematics, and to foster a love of learning.

Daniel Park

Daniel is a graduate of Baruch College with a B.A. in Mathematics. Ever since he was young, Daniel had always loved to creatively find solutions to problems. His love of problem-solving eventually led to his interest in mathematics. He realized there were different methods that can be used to approach math problems. In addition to math and problem solving, Daniel enjoys watching/playing sports, such as basketball, playing guitar, and playing video games, such as League of Legends.

Raymond Tung

Raymond is a student at Queens College, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education and Mathematics, while substitute teaching and possibly full time teaching in the fall. As a child in elementary and middle school, he was always motivated to learn and challenge himself about mathematics but even more inspired to help those around him with understanding the subject. This passion for mathematics blossomed even further in high school where he met his math teacher that had a relatable Cantonese background that empowered him to pursue a teaching career. In fact, it was not simply because of the same ethnicity and language that these two shared that made Raymond want to become a math teacher. Instead, it was because of how effortless and dedicated his math teacher was and still is that ultimately convinced him to be a math teacher. Aside from math, Raymond’s hobbies include watching animes, reading manga, and playing MMORPGs.

Chuu Htet Naing

Chuu is currently a sophomore majoring in Biological Science at Hunter College. Ever since she was young, she had a great interest in Mathematics and enjoyed challenging math problems. It is fascinating for her to study how numbers work and how problems could be solved with different approaches. Hence, she joined math clubs and participated in Mathematics competitions during her high school years. When she graduated from high school, she had a chance to volunteer as a Math and Science teacher at her school. As a result, she found a passion for teaching Mathematics. This opportunity gives her a wide experience in teaching and working with children. In her free time, she likes to play badminton and watch movies with her friends and family.

Alice Yee

Alice is a rising senior attending Forest Hills High School. She discovered her passion for psychology early on in her life and has shown to be open exploring various roles to view the subject from all angles. In the past, Alice worked as a summer camp counselor, provided services to her community as a food pantry worker, and participated as a costume balloon handler at the Macy's 2022 Thanksgiving Parade. Being a former Mathnasium student for a year, Alice has also expressed a love for teaching through tutoring Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry as a National Honours Society member. She likewise takes leadership roles in her school as the co-chief editor for the yearbook committee, a secretary in the art club, and social media manager in the optometry club. In her downtime, Alice enjoys watching anime, taking part in sports like badminton and ice skating, practising photography, and hanging out with friends.

Benjamin Yee

Benjamin started as a student at Mathnasium at a young age and is currently continuing to learn advanced math throughout his high school years. He always had a natural curiosity for the world around him and how things worked. This curiosity was further boosted when he joined as a student at Mathnasium - he was inspired by his instructor's passion and interest for math! Benjamin decided to join math clubs and teams at school, as well as the science Olympiad, and eventually was inspired to follow in his instructor's footsteps, and become one himself! Benjamin enjoys not only math but cooking, archery, comic books, and games.

Joshua Kwan

Joshua is a recent graduate of Cornell University where he received his B.A. in Biological Sciences in 2020. Growing up, he was always playing logic based math games such as Set or 24, and this passion translated into a focus in math and the sciences in school. His love of teaching developed from his experiences in high school and college as a math teacher for summer camp and a mentor for a research lab. In both biology and math, he is interested in learning about the fundamental workings of things, be it looking at how organisms develop and change or understanding how to solve equations and set up word problems. His hope is that he can help others to gain some of that passion to learn and to develop a problem-solving mindset. In his spare time Josh likes to play video games like Monster Hunter, go rock climbing, and do online puzzle hunts with friends.

Andre Baylan

Andre is currently a senior at Forest Hills High School planning to pursue a career in either medicine or finance. Growing up, he always knew he had a keen eye for mathematics and science, these things just came to him naturally. He has been apart of his school’s Stock Market Club whereat he has proven to win in school and outside of school competitions. Understanding graphs and charts has allowed him to ease the stress from school and given him insightful evidence that is useful in the real world. For fun, he usually stays at home and tries to workout as he strongly believes we should be productive everyday and never be idled. Aside from that, Andre likes to study the stock market from time to time. Andre looks forward to meeting all of the students at Mathnasium!

WIll Bedoya

Will Bedoya is a recent graduate from Stony Brook University, where he completed both his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering. During his time at Stony Brook, he engaged in a variety of hands-on projects that showcased the practical applications of math, including the designs of automated vehicles and analyzing robotic movements. He also served in leadership roles, including as the Vice President of Academic Affairs for the Undergraduate Student Government, where he worked to enhance academic programs and policies. Additionally, Willie acted as a Peer Mentor and Resident Assistant, providing both academic and personal guidance to students. As an Instructor at Mathnasium, Will is excited to apply his technical skills and passion for mathematics to help students unlock their potential. In his free time, Will finds interest in economics/finance, chess, professional bowling, and reading.

Lenin Khan

Lenin is currently a freshman at Baruch College. Growing up, he always had a passion for math. He joined the math team in middle school and quickly rose up the ranks using his mathematical knowledge. Lenin has helped elementary school kids learn advanced mathematics through an outreach program offered by his middle school math team. He also enjoys helping his friends out with their math homework from school. He loves teaching younger kids. In addition to math, Lenin loves playing basketball and boxing. He’s super active and loves the outdoors.

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.
Amber W., Mathnasium Instructor

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