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:
Shannon Danielson, Center Director/Owner
I graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering. After graduation, I worked for fifteen years in the engineering and technology industry. I have volunteered extensively in the local schools, working with students in reading and math. I have been married for 30 years, and we have two sons, David, a graduate of Davidson College majoring in Math and Economics, and Patrick, a junior at Davidson College majoring in Computer Science. Sharing my passion for math and learning with the instructors and the students makes this one of the most rewarding jobs I have ever had.
Camille, Assistant Center Director
I am currently a senior at the University of South Florida majoring in business analytics and information systems. I went to World Class Kiteboard Academy where I had the chance to not only travel around the world but also complete Calculus AB. I have always been passionate about math as I love finding the solution to different problems and see how they are used in our daily life. Apart from that, I enjoy going out the the beach, surfing, and most of all, traveling to see different cultures. The best part of teaching at Mathnasium is seeing children coming in to solve more and more complex problems.
Shana, Director of Marketing
I am a graduate of the The Ohio State University with a BA in Communications. After college, I worked for the San Francisco 49ers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Marketing departments. I have one son, who is currently attending Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. I enjoy working with schools educating families about the benefits of a strong math foundation. I love the beach and walking my jack russell terrier.
Wendy, Director of Communications
Wilman, Lead Instructor
I graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in sociology and recently achieved a degree in software development. In high school, I absolutely loved participating in math competitions, especially the national level ones, because we had the chance to visit other states with our fellow classmates. Having first tutored students in mathematics back in high school for community service hours, I have over 10 years’ experience in tutoring this subject. I love working at Mathnasium because of the positive learning environment. The students are not the only ones benefiting from their experience here; the instructors feel privileged and honored to have been part of the students’ growth in mathematical comprehension and confidence in problem solving.
I am currently a junior at The University of Tampa majoring in economics and minoring in mathematics. I am planning to get my masters degree in economics. In high school I took all honors courses and AP Calculus AB and BC. In my free time I volunteer around the South Tampa area, I organize a club on my campus, and I play intramural soccer at my university. I have always loved math because to me math equations are like puzzles and solving the more difficult problems result in a sense of accomplishment and pride. I love Mathnasium because it teaches students to see math in a different aspect than that presented in the classroom. I also enjoy seeing students progress and feel proud of themselves when they finally understand math and better themselves as students and critical thinkers.
I am from Tampa and graduated from Florida State University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Astrophysics with a minor in Mathematics. While at Florida State, I was a member of the Society of Physics Students club which participated in outreach programs and science demonstrations. For fun I like to play strategy, card, and board games and hang out with my friends. I enjoy teaching at Mathnasium because I myself love to learn and want to give others the same joy I experience when I learn something new.
I am currently a senior at Robinson High School. I took Trigonometry honors last year and I am currently taking AP Statistics this year. I have lived in Tampa all my life, and in my downtime I like to go fishing and am planning on wrestling for Robinson. Before working at Mathnasium I was a student from 8th to 12th grade. While as a student at Mathnasium, the instructors taught me number sense and math skills that I use today. I enjoy teaching at Mathnasium because helping them discover their confidence and understand math problems gives them a sense of achievement.
I am a junior at University of South Florida, and I am majoring in Statistics while obtaining a certificate in Business Analytics. I have lived in Florida my entire life, so I love the water, but I often yearn for the mountains and cold air in Georgia and North Carolina. I just completed my classes in Differential Equations, Statistics II, and Bridge to Abstract Mathematics at USF. When I’m not being a workaholic, I enjoy the outdoors, especially the water. I also love to cook and bake, and I always try to decorate my creations. Before Mathnasium, I was both a private tutor and a soccer referee. I also worked at a financial consulting company for a while, fixing and organizing their database. I enjoy working at Mathnasium because I have always loved helping people reach that “aha” moment, where the topic clicks in their heads and they understand it completely.
I am currently senior at Plant High School. As of now, I am taking BC Calculus and AP Statistics. I am currently the President of the Beta Honor Society and have been a tutor for the past four years. I have a love for science, math, and literature. I have volunteered at orphanages in China and I enjoy helping children improve their knowledge of math. In the future, I hope to become a doctor and help even more people.
I am originally from Pensacola, Florida and am currently an Honors student at the University of South Florida, majoring in Chemistry with a minor in Criminology. From here, I plan to go to graduate school for Chemistry to pursue a master’s degree. In high school, I was in the IB program from which I also received my diploma. I have taken math courses up to calculus 2 and I’ve been tested in math for the ACT and GRE. In my free time I enjoy baking, reading, and traveling. I enjoy working at Mathnasium because I love working kids and helping them understand more about the world around them.
I am currently a Senior at Berkeley Prep. I took Calculus AB and BC my sophomore and junior years. I am currently in AP Stats and Advanced Topics math; I will take multivariable Calculus next semester. I am a part of math club and prepare Berkeley students for the AMC and Who Wants to be a Mathematician tests. I serve as a math and science tutor at Berkeley too. I am a member of Mu Alpha Theta Society (Math Honors Society) and I am a National Merit Scholar. I volunteer at the Berkeley Academy, an educational program for underprivileged kids. I am a big fan of the Lighting too. In my free time, I play lacrosse for Berkeley, for my club team in the summer, and I play tennis in the fall. I love teaching at Mathnasium because I want to help kids gain confidence in math and learn to love math too.
I am currently a senior at Plant High School. I took AP Calculus BC as a junior and I am taking AP Statistics this year. I have been a member of Mu Alpha Theta for the past four years of school. Prior to working at Mathnasium, I have been a tutor for National Beta Club. I love math and science and I hope to become a doctor. Over the summer I went to India to teach orphans basic math skills and how to speak English. I love working at Mathnasium because I enjoy teaching kids and I love to see their math skills improve.
I am a first-year student at University of South Florida. I am majoring in biochemistry and minoring in nutrition. I am also in the Honor’s college. I love fitness, science, and of course math. I am originally from West Virginia. In high school, I was president of Mu Alpha Theta. I love to travel and spend time outside. I am so thankful that I have the opportunity to help children and teach them math.
I am an Honors student at the University of South Florida, and I am majoring in Biomedical Sciences with a minor in Psychology. After I graduate USF, I’m planning on going to medical school and becoming a physician. Prior to working at Mathnasium, I was a senior volunteer at my local library and I was also a peer tutor at Clay High School, which is located in Green Cove Springs, Fl. Ever since the 4th grade, I’ve participated in math competitions. I’ve practiced Taekwondo for the last seven years, and I’ve been an Instructor at my Taekwondo school for the last four years. I love teaching at Mathnasium because I enjoy working with kids and seeing them improve on their math skills, but also see them grow to become outstanding individuals.
I am a first-year student at St. Petersburg College pursuing an Associate of Arts degree, with plans of transferring to USF to major in ABA therapy. I graduated in 2017 from a small-town High School in Minnesota with dreams of moving to Florida for much warmer weather and different experiences. I have past experience teaching people with disabilities basic math along with many other necessary life skills. Math was always my favorite subject in school because nothing is better than the moment when everything you’ve been working on finally clicks and falls into place. I really enjoy being an instructor at Mathnasium because I love helping people work towards the goals they are working so hard to achieve. Nothing feels better than accomplishment!
I am currently a senior at the University of South Florida majoring in chemical engineering, where I have completed calculus 1-3 and differential equations. Prior to starting college, I served in the United States Navy for 8 years as a nuclear technician responsible for maintaining chemistry and monitoring radiation levels. I enjoyed learning the intricacies of plant operations and utilizing mathematical principles to predict various changes in plant parameters. I used this passion to train junior sailors on reactor plant operations, receiving several achievement medals for my division’s knowledge and proficiency. I continued to teach others in college where I became a tutor for student veterans in physics, mathematics, and chemistry. I am very into fitness and sports and play in a couple of adult kickball leagues. I enjoy teaching at mathnasium because I love seeing students’ progress and grow, gaining confidence to tackle and pursue more rigorous problems.
I am a senior at the University of South Florida, majoring in Biomedical Sciences with minors in Biomedical Engineering and Political Science. I’m originally from Jupiter, Florida but decided to move to Tampa in 2016. I am currently in the midst of applying to medical school and hope to be part of the Class of 2024. I have a couple of research projects going on that I hope to present to my classmates this spring. I enjoy working at Mathnasium because I love seeing children succeed at something they once struggled with. I want them to find math as pleasant as I do so that they can continue more confidently.
I am currently a senior at Plant High School and taking AP Statistics. I took AP Calculus BC as a junior and have been teaching at Mathnasium since August of 2019. I have been in the Math Bowl and Mu Alpha Theta math competitions since sixth grade and love to help others improve in their math. I love to working at Mathnasium so I can help improve kids confidence in themselves. I enjoy rock climbing and distance running in my free time. I hope to study computer science at The Ohio State University next year.
I recently joined the Mathnasium team in September 2018. I am from New Orleans, and in high school, I took Calculus I and AP Statistics. I graduated from Washington and Lee University in 2016, where I was a History major and Art History minor. While at Washington and Lee, I was a member of Chi Omega sorority and served as treasurer of the executive board. Outside of Mathnasium, I work as a full-time nanny, and during my free time, I enjoy tennis, golf and yoga. I love problem solving and critical thinking that math provides in order to find a solution. Teaching at Mathnasium is great because you help provide kids with the skills and understanding needed to succeed in math.
I’m a psychology student in the honors program at University of Tampa. I’m originally from Orlando where I attended Lake Highland and took classes up to calculus and AP statistics. During my junior and senior years of high school I worked for two other Mathnasium locations in the Orlando area. I have also taught math to various kids of different levels in my volunteer work at the New Image Youth Center, Boys and Girls Club, and as a student assistant during my senior year in an algebra 1 and 2 classroom. I was awarded my class’s community service award at graduation, am a published author, play tennis, and run a support group for teens with epilepsy. I absolutely love working with kids and making a difference in their life and hope to become a psychologist for kids with special needs.
I am a recent graduate from Florida State where I studied finance and analytics. Eventually, I plan to pursue a master’s degree in data science, but in the mean time I wanted to work a job where I could have an impact on the community. Mathnasium is perfect fit for me, helping children learn my favorite subject. In my free time, I enjoy going to the gym and playing basketball.
I have been working at Mathnasium since my senior year in high school at HB Plant. I completed all honors math courses (Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry). Prior to that, I was a student at Mathnasium for 3 years. I graduated high school with honors and am currently enrolled in the Honors Institute at Hillsborough Community College. I am a living example of how Mathnasium can prepare students for successful math understanding. The tools I learned during my time as a student taught me how to best help others learn. I was tutored by patient, creative and skilled instructors. That experience prepared me to be the best instructor I can be today.