I am Krystal Conway-Cunningham, Mrs. C2. I am a native of Birmingham, Alabama, but currently reside in Frankfort, Kentucky with my wife and two fur babies. I teach high school Mathematics, Science, and Leadership Dynamics at a local high school. In my three years of teaching high school, my students have had a 98% pass rate from all of my classes. I love inspiring my students to be better versions of themselves. In my class, students learn academic and leadership skills as well as self-care techniques. I have an Associate degree in Liberal Studies, a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry, a minor in Mathematics, and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies, all from Kentucky State University. I also have a Master of Arts degree in Teaching with specializations in 5-9 Math, 8-12 Math, 8-12 Chemistry, and Gifted and Talented Education from Morehead State University.
My name is Tyson Renard Allison. I am a native of Kinston, North Carolina. I currently live in Garner, North Carolina with my wife of 33 years, Joycelyn. Together we have three adult children – two of them are in education in New York and Massachusetts and the third is in California state politics. I am a business owner in financial education and have worked as an engineer, a technical salesperson and a principal of a K-12 school. I have also worked as a Chemistry, Physics and Middle School Mathematics teacher. My goal is to help students to be comfortable with numbers. I have a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from North Carolina State University.
I am Deyshawn Clarke-Wells. I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and I graduated from the University of Albany with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Education. Soon after undergrad, I completed my Masters degree in Teaching from Relay Graduate School of Education. Now, I teach Middle School Math and serve as an Instructional Leader in Brownsville and this is my 3rd year. In 2019, my students scored highest in the network on their instructional assessment before the NYS State Exam. I am sure that I can help your scholar grasp concepts and spark a desire and eagerness to learn again.
My name is Dr. Ashley Mitchell and I’m so excited to join the MB Tutoring Staff! I began my education career in 2010 as an K-8 After-school Tutor at Hyde Park Neighborhood School, while I attended The University of Chicago. After graduating from UChicago, I continued tutoring students in grades K-8, while I earned my master’s in secondary teaching from University of Southern California.
I began teaching 9th Grade World History at University of Chicago Charter School, where I revamped the entire world history curriculum and also served as Humanities Department Co-Chair. In 2016, I moved to Brooklyn and continued to teach Writing and English at Brooklyn Lab Charter School and Bushwick Ascend Middle School, respectively. In addition to teaching English at Bushwick Ascend, I also served as 8th grade Team Leader and Mentor Teacher, while I earned my doctorate in K-12 Educational Leadership & Policy from Vanderbilt University.
Upon earning my doctoral degree in 2019, I transitioned into my current position as Director of Curriculum & Instruction at Forte Prep Academy. In this role, I coach teachers in several academic departments (Writing, Science, Social Studies, ENL, and Digital Literacy), serve as testing coordinator, curriculum writer/specialist, data analyst, and as a core member of the School Leadership Team.
I look forward to bringing my passion and skills set to promote high quality tutoring experiences for students and families and joy in learning!
I am Victoria Fuller and I am a Special Education teacher from Birmingham, Alabama. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary/Collaborative Education from Birmingham-Southern College. I obtained my Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from the University of West Alabama and now I am pursuing an Educational Specialist Degree (EdS). I am confident that my education, passion, personality and engaging tutoring sessions will help your scholar achieve his or her academic goals! Throughout my career, I have demonstrated the unique ability to reach and teach scholars that were labeled the most difficult. As a result, my experience has taught me that James Comer was correct. He said, “No significant learning can occur without a significant relationship” and I promise I will give my best to build both a significant relationship and to make significant improvements towards meeting the goals of your scholar.