Dr. Katharine Sprecher earned her Ph.D. in Education, with an emphasis in Cultural Studies, and a California Teaching Credential specializing in cultural and linguistic diversity. Dr. Sprecher has spent most of her professional career as a university instructor for teachers and school administrators, a teacher and tutor in K-12+ classrooms, and an educational researcher and published academic author. Her greatest loves are inspiring and mentoring students of all ages and writing in a variety of genres; her latest works-in-progress include poetry, performance text, and a children's book.
Lynn is the founder and director of GA Education Center. She would like to see students Get Ahead and Go Beyond to reach their great dreams. Lynn holds double Master degrees in Physics and Computer Science. After 16 years work for Intel, she decided to dedicate her time in Education. She helps students categorize contents, analyze their mistakes, and discover their weakness. She has ways to help them not only mastering the knowledge of contents, but also improving their logical thinking ability and problem solving skills
Sarah Bobson holds an M.A. degree in Psycholinguistics from Columbia University. She has been teaching various English language and writing classes at Oregon Episcopal School in Beaverton. She has taught creative writing workshops through the department of homeschooling for the Palo Alto School District as well as the continuing education departments at colleges in California, Oregon, and Washington State. Ms. Bobson has also worked as a journalist, and has written more than 200 newspaper articles. In addition, she has published monographs through the U.S. Education Resources Information Center (ERIC)
Daniel Yu has a Master Degree in Financial Economics. He has over ten years experience working with students from high school to college level. Daniel serves as a lecturer in Harbin Engineering University, presenting lectures for Calculus and College English Writing. During his appointment in college, he also worked in New Oriental School, assisting students with multiple subjects in SAT, ACT, as well as AP Calculus and Economics.
Ms. Xu obtained Master of Art degree in Chinese Language and Philology from Sichuan University. Before came to U.S she worked as an editor for modern Chinese dictionary, Chinese idiom dictionary, dictionary of literal knowledge( for junior school students), pocket dictionary of oral Chinese, etc.
She graduated from George Fox University with a Master of Art degree in Teaching in 2019. She has teaching licenses in Oregon and Utah states for K-8 grades English, Math, Science subjects. She is an experienced enthusiastic teacher who loves teaching and believes all children can be successful learners.
Susan has always been active in language-learning from her native English to foreign languages. She opted for Latin in middle school and continued with Latin through twelfth grade in high school. With regional Latin competitions, Susan found her affinity for Greek and Latin word origins, teaching herself all the Greek roots as there were no classes offered in Greek roots at the school. She won first place on the Greek Derivatives test at regional Latin forum-competition in ninth grade, having learned most of the Greek material only the night before. Throughout high school, she continued to enroll in Latin through level 5AP, continued winning on the Greek Derivatives test at Latin forum, and knew she would continue to study word origins and languages in college. She attended University of Georgia, majoring in linguistics, but also enrolling in language courses such as Italian and Japanese to which she brought her sense of etymology (study of word origins). She graduated in 2011 with bachelor’s of arts in linguistics. She moved to Oregon from Florida in 2017, and now she studies computer science at the post-baccalaureate university level.
Rachel graduated from Oregon State University with a bachelor's degree in chemistry and Magna Cum Laude award. She previously lived in Taiwan where she taught an after-school tutoring program that worked specifically with students attending international schools in Taipei. She led one-on-one and small group lessons to students ranging from grades 4-12 in a variety of subjects - including mathematics, general science, chemistry and English. When she's not tutoring, you can find Rachel either teaching group fitness classes or preparing for graduate school to pursue a master's degree in architecture.
Jessica Fonvergne has an MFA in Fiction Writing from Portland State University, where she also earned a BA in English Literature with a minor in Classical Studies and a Master's in Education with a focus on teaching English Language Arts. She has previously taught writing workshops for first graders, seventh graders, and college students. She currently works as a teaching assistant at Portland State University for several Art History courses where she helps college students develop their analytical writing and research skills. She also works as a freelance writer, creating guides on contemporary and modern novels for online consumption. She loves teaching her students about the craft and technique of writing so they can develop strong, confident voices as they transition into young adults. She is a passionate reader and aspires to create avid readers out of her students in the hopes that they can experience the freedoms and joys of lifelong literacy.
Colby is a Ph.D student in mathematics at the University of California, Davis. He graduated from The University of Arizona in 2019 magna cum laude with a degree in math and physics. Colby has a wide range of tutoring experience at the high school and college level, including private tutoring for AP level courses and teaching college math. As an undergraduate and high school student, Colby competed in a variety of academic competitions, including Texas UIL computer science and physics and ACM collegiate programming competitions, where he regularly placed. He is excited to work with the next class of students eager to compete in these exciting competitions and share his experience with them.
Nancy has a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Cell Biology with an emphasis in Neurobiology from UC Berkeley. She worked in Medical Device at Stryker and Boston Scientific as a Senior Scientist in Neurovascular developing biological and vascular models to test and design prototypes for Acute and Hemorrhagic Stroke. She has also worked at the UCSF Diabetes Research Center and at biotechnology start up companies.
Nancy has served as a substitute teacher and private tutor in all subject areas for K-12 in Math and Science as well as in Language arts and Literature. She has a passion to help young people succeed in their educational goals and enjoys helping students aspire to their dreams and careers.
Cathy Warner earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Physics and her Master’s in Education. She has further taken courses in Graduate level math courses. She has been teaching and tutoring in a variety of capacities since 1996. The various courses she has taught range from Pre-Algebra to Calculus, Physics, Integrated Science, and STEM. For the last 10 years, she has been a Math Instructor at Clackamas Community College. She tutors students who need assistance with concepts or are preparing for exams, including the SAT, ACT, and AP Exams.
Lu graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a master's degree in environmental engineering. She has many years of academic research experience and enjoys sharing new discoveries with students. She has been teaching and tutoring high school students in math and science, and would love to use her skills to help students succeed.
Daniel is an eclectic entrepreneur from California. He holds a B.S. degree in Biochemistry from UC Davis, a Graduate Certificate of Science and an M.S. degree in Astronomy from the Swinburne University of Technology, and an M.S. degree in IT Management from Western Governors University. He is a perpetual student that is currently pursuing a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Western Governors University and is planning on pursuing Ph.D. programs in a scientific field in the future. He has experience in biology laboratories, observatories, museums, and colleges alike.
Daniel is an avid athlete that loves nature and is a man with the INFJ personality type. Thus, he is an understanding, flexible mentor with a laid-back yet serious attitude when the time calls for it.
I hope I can inspire your interest in biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, or any other subject that you may need help with.
Hannah Kapoor recently graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, a minor in Chemistry, and a minor in Computer Science. In her last year of college, she has been working in the Danelishvili lab at OSU to complete her Honors Thesis involving mycobacteriophages and genome sequencing. She has tutored AP Spanish and AP Biology at St. Mary’s Academy and has served as a private tutor for elementary and middle school algebra. She has also been a lab intern at OHSU and is planning on attending graduate school to earn her master’s degree. In her free time, she enjoys knitting, crocheting, and spending time with her cat Jasmine, and she is excited to help all students succeed.