Shadman holds a Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree in Mechanical Engineering from the City College of New York (CCNY). As a graduate of NYC’s top public specialized high school, Stuyvesant, and Valedictorian of his engineering university at the Grove School of Engineering at CCNY, Shadman has demonstrated extraordinary success in his educational endeavors. Shadman has taught students (elementary, middle, high school, and college) 1-on-1, in small groups, and in larger classrooms (both online and in-person) for 10+ years. His experience includes teaching all mathematics subjects through high school and early college (pre-algebra, algebra I, algebra II, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, statistics), standardized test preparation (SHSAT/PSAT/SAT/ACT), and various other STEM subjects. Shadman is extremely passionate about assessing each student’s specific needs and tailoring a custom plan for them to not only succeed in the classroom, but develop a similar love for learning that they can take with them for the rest of their lives.


Servet holds a Master’s degree in Mathematics from City College and has been teaching math since 2018. As a lecturer at Brooklyn College, City College, and NJIT, Servet shares his passion for math with students. With several years of tutoring experience, Servet excels in simplifying complex concepts. Committed to student success, he is pursuing a New York state teaching certificate to further enhance his skills. Servet’s dynamic teaching style inspires students to appreciate and excel in mathematics.




Jenny holds a Master’s degree in Childhood Education and Literacy, and is NYS professionally certified in these areas. Additionally , she holds a NYS professional certificate in Early Childhood Education. She has over six years of teaching and tutoring experience. While working at a charter school in the Bronx from 2019-2023, she was a lead teacher who taught 4th grade during the school year and rising 2nd graders in the summer. She also worked as a math and ELA curriculum writer. She is currently teaching 5th Grade at a private school in Westchester.


Carolyn is a driven graduate student in the Education field. As a current teacher’s aide at an elementary school, she strives to educate each student with various learning styles. Carolyn’s goal is to create a positive and inclusive learning environment for all elementary ages. After graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education and a minor in Mathematics from SUNY Oneonta, she is currently working towards a Master of Science in Childhood Education from the University at Albany.


Dina is a highly experienced elementary educator with over 30 years of experience in grades 1-7 in both public and private school settings. Dina received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Elementary Education from SUNY Oneonta and a Master’s of Science Degree in Elementary Education from The Bank Street College of Education. Mindfulness practices and confidence building strategies are part of Dina’s work with children. In her work with children from many different backgrounds and learning styles, Dina strives to identify students’ strengths and interests and works with those assets to develop further success and love for learning. She currently lives in Stamford, Ct. with her two beloved, old cats, Leela and Robby, and enjoys crossword puzzles and walks at the beach.


Sheela started her professional career as an Engineer in the Corporate Services industry and worked with various major corporations in management position(s). She switched her corporate career to College and High School teaching/tutoring while raising her family and absolutely loved it! She is extremely passionate about teaching Mathematics even though her academic qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Physics and a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. And with a combined (almost) fifteen (15) years of teaching and tutoring experiences in mathematics under her belt, Sheela is very well prepared to continue guiding her students to not only understand the math concepts but also to develop a deeper understanding of their applications in various disciplines.


Katie is a seasoned elementary teacher with eight years in the private school system. Her expertise spans from Kindergarten to Fifth Grade. Katie is a master of differentiating instruction to assist neurodiverse learners (IEPs) while accommodating all learning styles. Beyond remedial support and enrichment, Katie provides executive function coaching for students and their families. She instills a “growth mindset” in her students and fosters their confidence development through hands-on and engaging lessons. Katie prioritizes communication with families, sharing the progress being made and the next steps.

Katie earned her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Educational Technology from Boston College. She also holds a dual Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education and Applied Psychology and Human Development from Boston College. In her spare time, Katie works at a fitness studio and loves to needlepoint. In the summer, she enjoys being out on her boat, traveling to Nantucket, and playing with her baby nephew.


Ethan attended Cardinal Spellman High School where he was the Salutatorian of a graduating class of 250 students and the President of the National Honors Society. In addition, he was the Captain of the Varsity lacrosse team and Co-Captain of the Varsity football team. Ethan scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT, and graduated as an AP Scholar with Distinction, which helped earn him a full academic scholarship to NYU where he is currently a senior majoring in Economics with a top GPA. Ethan has worked with students of various levels of abilities and enjoys helping his students build their confidence and reach their maximum potential.


Ibrahim H. is an experienced chemistry teacher serving both college and high school students in the last eight years. While pursuing his undergraduate degree in chemistry with a specialization in biochemistry, Ibrahim worked as both a teacher assistant (TA) and supplemental instructor throughout college assisting with the general chemistry courses. Upon graduating from his undergraduate, Ibrahim went on to complete a master’s degree in education in chemistry for adolescents to become a high school chemistry teacher. While completing his first master’s degree, he worked as a math tutor for algebra and college math courses at high schools throughout the Bronx. Recently, Ibrahim has completed his second master’s degree in educational leadership. While being a high school teacher, Ibrahim has also taught credit recovery night classes, summer enrichment programs and home tutoring for students.


Tara is a dynamic and engaging instructor with over 20 years of experience as a classroom teacher and tutor. Holding a State of Connecticut certification for grades 7-12, she has navigated diverse educational settings, including public and independent schools. Tara excels at understanding students’ needs and guiding them to the next level, encouraging them to take language risks along the way. She graduated with a degree in Dietetics from the University of Rhode Island, leading her to Guatemala as a Peace Corps Volunteer. There, she fell in love with teaching and the Spanish language. Tara received her Master of Arts in Spanish from Middlebury College and now shares her passion as an adjunct professor at UCONN Stamford.