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:
Scott has worked with Mathnasium, first as a Center Director in Fort Mitchell and now as the Regional Director of four locations, Blue Ash, Mason, West Chester and Fort Mitchell, KY. He came to Mathnasium after working for years in different school settings, from public to private, and brick and mortar to online! He uses the many different experiences to help students achieve high levels of understanding in mathematics. He works closely with all of his Centers' staffs to make sure that they are giving the same emphasis on understanding and passion towards what we do. He still works on instructing students in our one-on-one model but also enjoys being able to cultivate each instructor into the best teacher they can be. When he isn't working you will find him spending time with his wife and two children. He also enjoys being outside and reading books.
"I love Mathnasium because: I know the power of our program and how it can help students succeed! We have create a customized plan for them to acheive greatness and this is exactly what I did in my classroom when I was teaching."
Favorite math joke: Why was the student confused when they went from English class to Math class? Because they were taught that a double negative in English is bad, but in Math it is a positive!
"When I grow up I want to be able to retire and travel the world!"
Vince Huetter, Assistant Center Director
Vince worked with Mathnasium for 5 years in North Carolina before relocating to West Chester. He studied Chemical Engineering at Cornell University/University of Virginia, and still runs a small chemical company in North Carolina. He also was an adjunct math instructor at two community colleges in North Carolina before moving to Ohio. He has been at the West Chester location since the Fall of 2019, and uses his engineering and teaching background to help students learn and understand math. In his free time he follows college athletics and the Cincinnati Reds.
"I love Mathnasiuim because: The great interactions with a diverse population of students."
Favorite math joke: What did the triable say to the circle? "You're pointless!"
"When I grow up I want to continue to teach math because I enjoy doing it and it keeps my mind active."
Taylor Williams, Instructor
Taylor is currently a sophomore at Ursuline Academy. Her favorite class this year is Chemistry. Taylor also enjoys reading and writing in her free time and even writes for her school's newspaper.
"In five years I will be in college studying either English or science of some sort."
"My favorite number is 25 because it is common in real world examples."
Favorite Math Joke: Why was math class so long? The teacher kept going off on a tangent!
Katie Kear, Instructor
Katie is a junior at Lakota East High School. Her favorite subjects in school are Chemistry and Precalculus. Katie has been playing piano and taking voice lessons for over 10 years. In her free time, Katie enjoys writing and singing songs.
"In 5 years, I will be a junior in college."
"I like the number 45 because it is a product of my two other favorite numbers, 9 and 5."
Favorite Math Joke: What do you call more than one L? A Parallel!
"I love Mathnasium because it gives me an opportunity to teach students in all different levels and grades."
Shriya Kappagantula, Instructor
Shriya is currently a senior at Lakota West High School. She is the President of the Lakota West Key Club and the Lakota Student Chapter of Women in Cybersecurity. After graduation, she plans to study Cyber Security in college. In her free time, Shriya loves to volunteer, read, practice violin, and spend time with her family and friends.
"In five years I will be working as a Cyber Security professional, having graduated from college."
"My favorite number is 23; the number 23 has always just stood out to me!"
Favorite Math Joke: What is the derivative of Amazon? Amazon Prime!
"I love Mathnasium because it strives to help every student unlock their potential and realize their capabilities. Also, writing on the tables is pretty fun too! :)"
Sydnie Poling, Instructor
Tinashe Tagarisa, Instructor
Hana Ritchie, Instructor
Mark Eilers, Instructor
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