Brittany R.

Hello! My name is Brittany and I am an Ontario and New York State certified Elementary teacher. Currently I hold a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in education. I have nearly ten years experience working as an Educational Assistant prior to beginning my career as a teacher. I specialize in working with students with ASD, and am ABA and FBA certified. I also hold a TESOL (teaching english to speakers of other languages) certification and various trainings/certifications in the field of special education and mental health.

Kate E.

I am passionate about education and am committed to the success of my students. I have taken on multiple roles in education over the past decade, including working as an Education Assistant and as a Registered Early Childhood Educator at a private Montessori school in Toronto and both the York and Durham Region Schools Boards. I have been focused on inclusion and working with children who have special needs in my community since 2008. I also have a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education with a concentration on Autism Spectrum Disorder, and I am enrolled to begin my Bachelor of Education in the fall. I am focused on creating learning opportunities that are based on the individual and developmental needs of my students. I love to spend time with my children while hiking on our local trails.

Chelsea G.

Chelsea Geier is a Certified Teacher. She received her bachelor’s degree in English Education and Spanish from Colorado State University. She currently lives in Boulder, where she is completing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Naropa University.

For the past seven years, Chelsea has been a public school teacher. She has extensive experience teaching middle school students; however, she enjoys working with students of all ages. For example, for a year and a half, Chelsea was a volunteer English teacher for the Peace Corps in Costa Rica, which dramatically improved her Spanish language skills.

Beyond teaching literacy skills to students, Chelsea values relationship building most of all, because learning can’t happen without a solid student-teacher connection. Chelsea also supports the development of the whole child, especially with regards to self-esteem and confidence. She firmly believes that self-esteem makes the biggest difference when it comes to helping students learn.

Chelsea grew up in Parker, Colorado and loves spending time outdoors, camping, running, and hiking.

Jillian D.

For the past two years, Jillian Davis taught first and fifth grades in the Howard County Public School System in Maryland. She takes joy in helping children build their confidence by providing them with the right resources to help them succeed.

Jillian earned her bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, as well as her teaching Certificate, from Towson University. In addition, Jillian has five years of experience tutoring students from young children to young adults. She also worked at summer youth camps for several years, where she developed a creative and interactive approach to teaching and lesson planning. She is also certified in first aid and CPR.

Jillian recently moved to Boulder to pursue a career in the culinary arts. When she is not teaching, tutoring, cooking, or exploring the Colorado outdoors, you’re likely to find her reading, crocheting, or braiding hair.

Mack L.

Mack is currently enrolled at McGill University in the Education Faculty with the goal of achieving a Bachelor’s of Education in Secondary Social Science. He is passionate about teaching and learning and believes that students thrive with a little positivity and commitment. He also believed the a good tutor is someone who is organized and creative in their approach. He has a history of private and volunteer tutoring within the community and was the recipient of the certificat du mérite en histoire for his performance in the Secondary 4 history exam put forth by the Quebec Ministry of Education. He has a passion for history and geography and outside of school enjoys mystery novels and working with dogs.

Elizabeth S.

EN: Elizabeth is pursuing a degree in Communications sciences at the University of Montréal. She is currently finishing her bachelors degree. She has 5 years of experience tutoring students from elementary to CEGEP level classes. She loves working with children and teaching in a way that is enjoyable for them.

FR: Elizabeth poursuit ses études en sciences de la communication à l’Université de Montréal. Elle termine actuellement son baccalauréat. Elle a 5 ans d’expérience dans le tutorat d’élèves du primaire au CÉGEP. Elle adore travailler avec les enfants et enseigner d’une manière agréable pour eux.


Zeinab F.

Hi, I am Zeinab and I am currently a teacher candidate at York University in the Primary/Junior stream. I have always had a passion for working with children and in helping them achieve academic success. I have worked as a one-on-one tutor for the past year, and have experience working with children of all ages. My students have consistently seen improvement in their grades and have developed a better understanding of the subject matter. I am patient, thorough, and passionate about helping students succeed. I have helped students improve their reading, writing, and speaking skills and have helped students reach their academic goals. I am flexible and adaptable, and use a variety of teaching methods to meet the needs of each individual student. I am open to working with students who need help with homework or exam preparation, or who want to work on building their long-term understanding of a subject. I am available for online or in-person tutoring sessions.

Kayla H.

Meet Kayla Hicks, a Speech-Language Pathology graduate student. Kayla grew up in Oklahoma City where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Oklahoma State University. There she taught high school students from Phnom Penh, Cambodia formal grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation of spoken and written English. She also tutored college students in English, Essay writing, and Psychology. Kayla then moved to Illinois to work toward her Graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Midwestern University where she is expected to graduate in May of 2023. Kayla has gained professional experience as a Speech Pathology graduate student who has facilitated evaluation and intervention in neurodegenerative disorders of communication (TBI/ABI, Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke, Cognition, Aphasia, etc.) and children with unique communication needs (Expressive/Receptive Language Disorder, AAC, Autism, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Articulation, Language, Social learning, etc.) Through speech and language intervention, she has been able to foster her love of teaching and support students and adults with unique needs across multiple subjects to meet their educational goals. She has been able to make her students feel more confident in the classroom and their personal life by supporting improvement in writing, reading, vocabulary, language, speech, and math.

Kayla’s experience has allowed her to be flexible and adaptable with all students. She offers a calm, yet welcoming demeanor, infectious joy, candor, and positivity. In her spare time, Kayla loves going on walks, playing games, laser tag, and dancing. Kayla also spends her time helping out at a local dance studio, where she gets to share her love of dance. You can catch Kayla with a big smile on her face, helping someone become their best self.

Brianna C

Brianna has a passion for educating young minds. She graduated from Quinnipiac University with both a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and Master’s Degree in Elementary Education, excelling in the fast track program. Brianna will soon graduate from her 6th year degree in Teacher Leadership. Brianna is inspired by learning the most current and effective strategies to ensure learners success, which is why she taught and continues to teach at a competitive range of school districts. Using innovative tips and tools to progress students learning and boost confidence, is the motive behind her teaching strategy! 

Brianna D.S.

I am currently a Teacher Candidate at York University in my final year! I am working towards a Bachelor of Education in the Primary/Junior Stream.  After graduation, I plan to take my ABQ in intermediate/senior math and science as I have a strong educational background.  I hold an Honours Bachelor of Science (HBSc) focused in Human Biology & Health Studies from the University of Toronto Scarborough and have tutored students of all ages in the maths and sciences. My goal is to help students develop the confidence they need to be successful!