Aimee Buckley has over 25 years of experience in the field of education.
She obtained her BA in psychology from UC Santa Cruz and her teaching credential from Cal State Sacramento. Aimee is passionate about inspiring critical thinking in her students and strives to develop independent thinkers.
April Nicolas is a high school teacher with a soft spot for middle school learners. A Resource teacher since 2006, she firmly believes if you can support a student's math discovery during middle school, high school math will be accessible and no longer feared.
Kristin has a BS in Middle Level Education: English and History from Winthrop University and a Masters of Education in Instructional Coaching from Clemson University. She is in her 10th year of teaching and is currently teaching 8th and 9th grade English. She loves teaching and wants students to be successful in all they do.
Shelby Kemper completed her undergrad in Environmental Studies and is currently pursuing her Master’s of Education in Curriculum and Instruction through the American College of Education. She grew up in Sacramento, CA but relocated to Las Vegas to start her teaching career and is now in her 4th year of teaching.
Evangeline is pursuing a bachelor's in mathematics and political science at New York University. She grew up in California and began teaching math and music when she was in high school. She has been teaching music, standardized testing and math for four years. In her downtime, she loves exploring the city, photoshopping, going to the range, and spending time with friends and family.
Kevin, formally an accountant, felt the calling to help our future generation in math and became a teacher. He has been happily teaching middle school and high school math for the last seven years. When not teaching, he likes to spend time with his wife and fur baby Nobert Groot.
Anna is an educator at heart and her passion for wellness in the education world drives her work. She has spent over 5 years teaching Elementary Education in the Chicago and Minneapolis Public School Systems before spending 2 years teaching 1st-3rd grade Bilingual Montessori in Costa Rica. She is now an active Elementary Education Tutor and Coach helping teachers defeat anxiety. When she is not helping students and teachers thrive, you can find Anna teaching Kundalini Yoga, exploring the outdoors, or snuggled up with a book.
Amy came to speech language pathology as a second career and has never looked back. She found her niche working with teens and young adults in high school over the last 9 years. In her free time Amy will likely be found hiking or running in the open space near her home and spending time with family.
Harris Masterson grew up in the Bay Area, CA. He is currently a third-year student at Duke University pursing a degree in Computer Science with an Economics Minor. He is fascinated by the impacts of computer science on the modern world as well as the study of Japanese language and culture. Outside of the classroom, Harris enjoys playing sports with friends and cooking. Harris was hooked after his first time taking a coding course in college. He hopes to give students the chance to get a head start in their study of computer science. He looks forward to having the chance to show younger people not only the value, but the fun of computer science.
DeAndre Deas is from Jacksonville, FL where he started his teaching career. He has since moved to Los Angeles, CA and has been a teacher for seven years. DeAndre loves to teach High School math but has a passion for elementary school. He loves to make his class feel like a family and vows to make each child know their worth before the school year is over.