Mathnasium 560 Stokes Road, #24, Medford NJ 08055 (609) 257-4748

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At Mathnasium of Medford our focus is our students and parents who rely on us every day. To this end, we want to make sure that our families and community can continue to rely on their local Mathnasium Learning Center. Our staff will continue teaching during our regular operating hours for student wishing to continue with our @Home services but we will be closed to the public until further notice. ~ Your Mathnasium of Medford Family

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:

Nick Buono, Owner

Nick and his wife are the proud owners of Mathnasium of Medford.  Nick has a B.S. in Graphic Design & Business from Lynn University.  Nick worked for a large corporation in accounting and human resources for over twelve years.  He has also been a restaurant owner for the past three years having experience showing deep interest in the field starting at a young age; with a passion in hospitality he now looks to broaden his horizons in the field of education fulfilling a lifetime goal of owning a franchise while contributing to the success of our great nations education system along the way.  He has always been eager to help children grow educationally, emotionally, and physically to become the best person they can be.  A true fan of sports and love for the great outdoors has always been his greatest interests along with travel. His greatest achievement is having a loving and supportive wife and three children!   

Barbara Buono, Center Director

Barbara is our Center Director and Co-Owner of Mathnasium of Medford.  Barbara holds both a M.A. and B.A. in Mathematics from Rowan University along with an A.A. in Secondary/Elementary Education.  Barbara has experience teaching mathematics at the College and Middle School levels.  She was also involved in personal tutoring as well as ACT and SAT prep instruction.  Barbara has had a love of math since high school and thoroughly enjoys instructing others in a way that makes math make sense to them!  Barbara brings math home to her children everyday and hopes to bring the joy of math into your homes. 

 Larry Martinek, 

Chief Instructional Officer, Developer of Mathnasium Program. 

Larry has spent his entire career finding a better way to teach math. From inner city to public schools, to acclaimed magnet schools, to leading private and parochial schools, Larry has served as both a classroom teacher and as an educational consultant. He has designed curriculum, teaching strategies, and teaching materials designed to help students and teachers learn math more effectively. He has trained teachers in the art and science of boosting students' ability to “do” math, thereby increasing students' math scores and feeling of self-worth. Larry is the developer of Mathnasium’s educational program – one of the most comprehensive and innovative curriculas ever produced for teaching math.

While Larry is not an Instructor at our Center, He is a valuable asset we can call on to ask about specific students' scenarios for guidance and advice. This has helped to make visits more productive and enjoyable for many of our students

David Geary, Lead Instructor

Dave has a BA in Math and Biology along with a MA in Computer and Information Sciences. He has spent his career as an IT professional, serving as a web and system developer, a manager and a consultant. In the past, he has taught at the tech school and college levels. He enjoys sailing, skiing, biking and golf. He lives in the Medford area with his wife and son.



Lauren Annicchiarico, Instructor

Lauren has a B.S. in elementary education and an M.S. in middle level education.  She is certified to teach math K-12.  She is currently a middle school math teacher in Tabernacle.  In addition she has taught at Berlin Community School and for the Lenape Regional HS District.  Lauren has written curriculum for the National Center for Teaching and Learning.  She is married and has 3 children.  Lauren loves math and always likes to see when a child gets the “a-ha I get it” look on their face.

Jonathan E. Brill, Ph.D., Instructor 

Jonathan offers students the benefit of an eclectic professional background. He’s been an applied marketing scientist at Fortune 500 companies, a Massachusetts certified public school math teacher, and a visionary entrepreneur who managed the development of the world’s first web application delivering adaptive and personalized mathematics instruction. He’s a graduate of the Wharton School and Temple University, earning B.S. in Economics, M.S. in Marketing Research, and Ph.D. in Marketing degrees. When not teaching at Mathnasium, Jonathan can be found teaching at a local university, playing golf, playing duplicate bridge, dabbling in real estate, or enjoying the music of the Grateful Dead while cuddled up with Brady and Chester, his two adorable coonhounds.

  Suzanne Picciano, Instructor 

Suzanne is a student at Saint Joseph’s University majoring in mathematics. She is still considering various career paths, whether it be in math education or computer and data science fields. Math has always been one of her favorite subjects, and she is very glad to put her passion and abilities to good use at Mathnasium! She is very patient when working with children, as she believes that learning is the most effective in a comfortable and encouraging environment. Suzanne also implements organizational and time management skills into her schoolwork, so she will certainly be able to contribute to this with students as well. Outside of her academics and her tutoring, Suzanne enjoys running and other forms of exercise, listening to music, reading, and watching Netflix.

  Brooke Hinkle, Instructor

Brooke is a student at Shawnee High School who enjoys and excels in mathematics. As a junior, she has taken several years of honors-level math and science courses, and she currently takes Calculus, Physics, and Chemistry at the Advanced Placement level. She is also a member of the Student Council and the National Honor Society. Brooke is very excited to share her knowledge and her love for math with other students. She hopes to pursue a career in STEM after college. In addition to her passion for learning, Brooke enjoys traveling, running, musical theater, animals, and taking Zumba classes.

Christopher "CJ" Patras, Retired Instructor 

CJ is a graduate from Rowan University, with a Bachelor's of Science in Civil/Environmental Engineering. Despite this degree he holds, he really is passionate about teaching, and decided to go the route of becoming a full time teacher instead of an engineer. He has received his CE for Mathematics, and teaches as a Long Term Substitute at Lenape High School. CJ is also working towards his certification for Physics, and hopes to be teaching Physics/Mathematics full time next year. When not sharing his passion for math and science with students, CJ loves to play magic the gathering and board games with his friends, build computers, and play what ever video game is currently his obsession!  

Angelo Kurukulasuriya, Retired Instructor

Angelo graduated from Midwestern State University in Texas in 2015 with a BSc in Mathematics and a Minor in Business Administration. He is greatly missed by staff and students. He is now working in Virginia Beach fulfilling his life's passion entering the Actuarial field. We congratulate Angelo and Steph wishing them nothing but the best!


Steve Jobs on Education:

"It is so much more hopeful to think that technology can solve the problems that are really more human, more organizational, and more political in nature (like education) but it can't."

"I absolutely don't believe that technology is the most important thing.... The most important thing (in education) is another person. Another person that guides your curiosity, that insights your curiosity, that feeds your curiosity. Machines cannot do that in the same way that people can. Computers are reactive...Kids need a guide, they don't need an assistant."

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