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:
Joanne Meyer, Owner/Center Director
Hi, I'm Joanne Meyer, Owner and Center Director of Mathnasium of Sudbury. I have a Ph.D. in Human Genetics with a focus on the mathematical aspects of genetics. For several years I was on the faculty at the Medical College of Virginia, doing research and teaching a variety of genetics and statistics courses to undergraduate, graduate, and medical students. In 1996, I moved to Boston's Metro West area to work in the biotech and pharmaceutical sectors, applying genetics to basic research and clinical development. After retiring early from pharma, I opened Mathnasium to pursue my passion for mathematics. I enjoy cycling, hiking, and yoga.
Joe Mulvey, Instructor
Joe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Framingham State University. While in school, he worked with the Project Summer Adventure camp for children ages 6-12. Joe currently works in the Hopkinton Public School system and has experience teaching mathematics to students at a variety of levels. He enjoys playing hockey, being outdoors, and has a particular interest in fishing. He is very passionate about teaching mathematics in a way that makes sense to students so they can build a concrete understanding of the concepts that they will be using for the rest of their lives
Daniel Karanja, Instructor
Hi! I'm Daniel Karanja and I am a junior at Framingham State University. I am currently majoring in Mathematics with a minor in Education. I plan on pursuing a career in education as a middle school math teacher. Outside of school, I enjoy playing sports such as basketball and football. I am excited to be part of the Mathnasium team and help students reach their utmost potential.
Sarah Klein, Instructor
Shelly Strileckis, Instructor
Emma Mahoney, Instructor
Hi! I am Emma Mahoney and I am a senior at Lincoln-Sudbury. Math and science have always been my favorite subjects and I look to continue studying them in college. I am excited to share my knowledge and excitement for math with others. I also love to play softball, field hockey, and work on art projects involving drawing and painting.
John Montaquila, Instructor
James Longnecker, Instructor
My name is James Longnecker, I am very tall, and I do not play basketball. I like to get that out of the way at the beginning, because it almost always comes up. I use my height when I play Ultimate frisbee instead, which I love to play whenever I have time. Some of my other hobbies include playing board games and watching movies with friends and family, and doing math/word puzzles whenever I can find them. I love any kind of riddle, and challenge anyone to try and stump me with one.
I have always liked math, since elementary school, and recently have realized that the casual interest that I thought I had was really more of a burning passion. Math is fascinating to me because of the way it all always clicks together, there are so many different ways of solving any single problem, and everything is always so consistent, once you understand how it works. My goal is to spread that understanding, spread my love for math so that others can understand and learn to enjoy it as much as I do.
Abacus, The Math Dog
Woof! I'm Abacus the math dog at Mathnasium of Sudbury. I am a corgi mix named after an ancient calculating tool, so you could say math is part of my identity! I haven't been to the Center lately since it has gotten a bit crowded for a dog, but Joanne quizzes me every night on challenging math problems.
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