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.


Assistant Center Director
Victoria graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Honors College at Florida International University with a bachelor's degree in psychology. For high school, she attended Miami Arts Studio, where she was a member of seven honor societies and was the president of Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society. Victoria spent many hours tutoring as a volunteer during high school and has even participated in many math competitions. Hobbies: Playing the piano. Fun Fact: Victoria has 4 cats! Favorite Number: 6. Favorite Math Joke: Math puns are the first sine of madness!


Lead Instructor
Diana graduated from University of Florida, with a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. She’s taken courses in College Algebra, Statistics, Calculus 1 and Calculus 2. Diana enjoys reducing the fear of math by making it an approachable and logical subject to students. In her spare time Diana enjoys painting, drawing, video games, traveling and reading. Diana’s favorite number is 7 because it sounds appealing. Favorite math joke: What do you call a man who spent all summer at the beach? A tangent.


Lazaro is currently working as a Mathematics teacher at a local high school. He likes to motivate those that he is able to help with their math skills to think rather than memorize rules. During his free time, he likes to listen to music, learn about cars, and watch old comic shows. Favorite Number: 40. Favorite math joke: Why is six afraid of seven? Because seven eight nine!


Danny is currently in the Honors College at Florida International University majoring in Mechanical Engineering. He likes to solve math problems and finds it fun to have to solve a difficult problem. He has always loved math as a subject and will continue to expand his knowledge in math. He loves to help students learn math concepts and works to help them love math like he does. When he's not in Mathnasium, he's probably playing the guitar, lifting, playing video games, or playing chess. Favorite number : 27 because it looks appealing and is made up from multiplying 3, 3 times. Favorite math joke: Are monsters good at math? Not unless you Count Dracula.


Melany is currently a senior in high school, as well as a dual enrollee at Miami Dade College. She will graduate high school with her AA and aims to major in Computer Science. She finds challenging math problems fun and is taking AP Calculus AB and AP Statistics. Before working at Mathnasium, Melany volunteered as a middle school tutor for many months. In her free time, she likes to read and hangout with her friends. Favorite number: 9 Favorite Math Joke: Why can’t you have an argument with a 90 degree angle? Because it’s always right.


Online Instructor
Esmil is an online instructor for Mathnasium of Tamiami. He really enjoys teaching at Mathnasium and one of his favorite subjects is math. Currently, Esmil is in his senior year of high school and hopes to go to FIU to graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science. In school he enjoys tutoring his friends for AP Calculus and Pre-Calculus. He hopes to be able to show students Math through a different perspective in order to get students to like the subject. In his free time, Esmil likes to go riding bike and going to the gym with friends. Esmil’s favorite number is 10 because it is a crucial base number that has many uses to it. Favorite math joke: How does a mathematician plow fields? With a pro-tractor.




His name is Daniel, but everyone calls him Rico! He is a senior at FIU working on his Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science. He enjoy tutoring people in subjects they struggle in and has tutored in different subjects before joining Mathnasium. In his free time, he enjoy video editing and being with friends on the weekends. Favorite number is 193. Favorite math joke: What do you call a recycled calculus pun? Derivative humor.

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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