Sonia B.

EN: Sonia is a seasoned tutor with a strong educational background. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Design at the University of Quebec in Montreal, after having completed her schooling at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf. Sonia’s tutoring journey began at an educational technology company where she served as an essay reviewer and tutor for two years, providing academic support to students across North America. Her dedication and expertise led her to become an associate specialized in learning and development, where she played a pivotal role in crafting training materials for tutors. Beyond her academic and professional pursuits, Sonia is passionate about art and literature. She was awarded a grant by the Fine Arts Student Association at Concordia University to curate cultural events and workshops for the Montreal community. She is fluently trilingual, and she enjoys reading in English, French, and Russian.

FR: Sonia est une tutrice chevronnée qui possède un solide bagage éducatif. Elle poursuit actuellement son baccalauréat en design à l’Université du Québec à Montréal, après avoir terminé ses études au Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf. Sonia a commencé son parcours de tutrice dans une entreprise de technologie éducative où elle a été réviseuse de dissertations et tutrice pendant deux ans, apportant un soutien académique à des étudiants à travers l’Amérique du Nord. Son dévouement et son expertise l’ont amenée à devenir associée spécialisée dans l’apprentissage et le développement, où elle a joué un rôle essentiel dans l’élaboration de matériel de formation pour les tuteurs. Au-delà de ses activités académiques et professionnelles, Sonia est passionnée d’art et de littérature. Elle a reçu une bourse de l’Association des étudiants en beaux-arts de l’Université Concordia pour organiser des événements culturels et des ateliers pour la communauté montréalaise. Elle est parfaitement trilingue et aime lire en anglais, en français et en russe.


Cindy is originally from Taiwan and speaks fluent English and intermediate Spanish as well.
Cindy possesses certificates of teaching Mandarin Chinese as a Foreign/Second language. She has over 6 years of experience in teaching Mandarin Chinese, along with the experiences in teaching English in the rural areas of Taiwan, Peru, Spain and Thailand. Her students’ ages are from 6 years old all the way to 60 years old with different backgrounds.
During her working period in Mexico, she helped her students prepare and pass the annual YCT language level tests. Furthermore, for her online students, she designed comprehensive lesson plans to help them with the school level tests as well as the official language test such as HSK.
For beginners, Cindy will start with the materials including several daily topics and interactive games designed by herself.

Cindy is very outgoing, communicative and organized. She likes to travel, cook, hike and definitely enjoys learning about new cultures!





Ingrid was born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico. She graduated from ESNECA College with a Masters Degree in Clinic Psychopedagogy and from The University of Monterrey with a Bachelors Degree in Psychopedagogy. She recently moved to Vancouver and she is currently studying an ECE Diploma. Her experience in teaching grades 1 to 6 and specialization in inclusion of ASD and learning difficulties in the classroom have strengthened her education background.

Ingrid is a dedicated and passioned teacher who believes that children should be cherished in a safe, loving, and comfortable learning environment. Her beliefs are inspiring students to grow as passionate learners by expanding the traditional subjects and creating out of the curriculum meaningful experiences and opportunities to act with integrity and empathy and to become impactful global thinkers.

Belonging to a caring family, has shaped her into a more compassionate, kind and understanding person. It has instilled in her a strong sense of responsibility and a desire to reciprocate the care and love received from her family to the people around her.

In her spare time, she enjoys long walks in the outdoors, connecting with nature, coffee with friends and reading a good book.





Iqura T. completed her post-secondary education at Toronto Metropolitan University with a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Studies. She completed her teaching internships in various settings including Daycare Centres, Malton Neighborhood services, Full-Day Kindergarten, Primary (Gr. 1-3), and Junior (gr. 4-6) grades. Iqura is pronounced Iq-ra as the letter ‘u’ in her first name is silent. She was given the opportunity to work in various cities and different school boards including York, Peel, and Dufferin Peel Catholic District. When she decided to pursue teaching as a profession, Iqura completed a Bachelor of Education at the University of Niagara. Iqura loves traveling, driving to new places, doing one-on-one sessions, and supporting students to improve in their academic journey. She is currently certified with the Ontario College of Teachers and in good standing.

Alongside her years of teaching experience, Iqura has worked closely with primary and junior-age students and has carefully reviewed all the learning goals and success criteria prior to introducing the lesson plans. She has also completed an additional qualifications course in ‘Student Assessment.’ She highly believes that tutoring is the best place to give students positive feedback which allows them to take action and make improvements. Iqura believes that tutoring fills the gap in allowing students one-on-one time with educators to be more successful and highly confident in different areas of learning. In her spare time, Iqura loves traveling to different countries around the world, cooking different recipes, challenging herself by playing interactive games, watching movies, and painting on canvas.





Raquel R.

Raquel is an Ontario Certified teacher qualified in the primary/junior division. She has an honours undergraduate degree in children, childhood, and youth studies, as well as a bachelor of education from York University. She has worked with children in various settings, such as after-school programs, tutoring, co-op, placement, and now as a teacher. She has supported the improvement of students in writing, reading, and math during one-on-one sessions through tutoring. She has a passion for travelling and often makes plans to adventure out to different places to explore and immerse herself in the cultures. She fluently speaks Portuguese. She also loves being creative, and in her spare time, she likes to embroider, crochet, and paint. As a mentor, she looks to gain more knowledge and experience working with students of various learning capabilities and to inspire students to believe they can succeed


Samantha Q.

Samantha Q. is a dedicated educator. She holds a degree in Education and Child Development. Samantha has spent many years working with kids, from infants to teenagers, in various settings, including childcare, swimming lessons, and youth programs on a cruise ship.
Over the last year, Samantha taught in Stockholm, Sweden science and technology to 4th to 6th graders, showing her knack for making learning fun. Currently, she’s part of an independent school, where she continues to inspire young minds.
In her free time, Samantha enjoys playing ice hockey and recently joined a volleyball team. She’s passionate about helping children achieve their best. Her goal is to provide the support and encouragement they need to succeed.

Tricia R.

Tricia R. has worked with various community organizations designing and incorporating workshops geared toward music/rhythm, conflict resolution skills, creative expression, and language arts. She was a middle school substitute teacher in Elgin School District U-46. She draws upon 20+ years of experience in classroom teaching, as well as facilitating instructional presentations and educational programming with an emphasis on Experiential Education. Tricia holds a degree in Education, and certifications in Library Science, Team-building, Youth Management Techniques, and Music Education. In addition to teaching and stockpiling curriculum, she enjoys photography, painting barn quilts and playing the fiddle.




Caroline has over 10 years of early childhood and elementary teaching experience at both independent and public schools in Connecticut and New York City. She is currently based in Norwalk, CT. Caroline believes learning should be a joyful experience and she creates thoughtful, engaging, hands-on lessons for young learners! She has a master’s degree in Early Childhood and Childhood Education from Manhattanville College and is currently pursuing a Sixth Year certification program in Reading and Literacy at University of Bridgeport. She also has experience with direct, explicit instruction for teaching reading using the Orton-Gillingham approach to elementary students. Caroline loves working with young learners and is passionate about helping children develop confidence. She believes each child learns and develops in their own way and feels teaching with excitement and making learning fun is the key to success.


Riley is working toward her degree Elementary Education at Mount Royal University and minoring in Linguistics. Although her primary focus is at the elementary level, she has experience working one on one one and in small groups to support junior high math students. Riley grew up competitively Irish Dancing in Calgary and for the past four years has been coaching beginner dancers. Riley’s passion for education stemmed from helping a classmate with autism. She saw the difference she was able to make for that student, and since then became passionate about making a difference in all children’s lives.







Jeff holds a Master of Science in Education and a Bachelor of Arts. Prior to beginning his teaching career, Jeff worked in marketing, business, public relations and communications. Jeff decided to become a teacher because he strongly believes that he has the right personality, skill set and abilities to be an excellent teacher while at the same time making a positive difference in the lives of everyone involved within a school community.  Jeff realizes that every person or child learns differently and believes that patience – along with incorporating different learning strategies – can enable every student to succeed. Jeff firmly believes that learning should be an enjoyable and pleasant experience.

Jeff has had a lifelong interest in many facets of aviation.  He also enjoys watching and playing sports, exercising, reading, writing and art.  Jeff hopes to travel more in the future and looks forward to becoming a dog owner one day!