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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:



Savanna, Lead Instructor

Education:  Attending Sonoma State University

Math Specialty:  Teaching grades 6-12

Teaching Experience:  9 years

Goals:  Law degree and become a math teacher

Other Strengths:  Coaching cheer, loves dogs!






Ian, Instructor

Education:  Attending Santa Rosa Junior College

Math Specialty:  Helping children with different needs find their own way of relating to math

Teaching Experience:  6 years

Goals:  Become a professor of math someday and inspire other people!

Other Strengths:  Professional yo-yo competitions




Lucas, Instructor

Education:  Attending UCLA

Math Specialty:  Using fun games to teach difficult skills 

Teaching Experience:  2 years

Goals:  Earn PhD and contribute to new human knowledge

Other Strengths:  Programming and open source pixel art





Ben, Instructor

Education:  Attending Sonoma State University

Math Specialty:  Teaching fractions and related concepts; ask about his fraction rap!

Teaching Experience:  7 years

Goals:  Become an officer with the U.S. military

Other Strengths:  Hiking and making knives




Kelsey, Instructor

Education:  Attending Sonoma State University

Math Specialty:  Teaching grades 2-8

Teaching Experience:  8 years

Goals:  Earn teaching credentials, pursue mathematical epidemiology and modeling

Other Strengths:  Bullet journaling and literature