Archie Desamaro is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis from the School of Engineering & Applied Science. Working with students in the area of math has been a desire and a passion of his. In his spare time, he tutors students in the various levels of math: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Analysis. Indeed, Archie is an asset to Inner City Youth Tutoring, Inc.
Marsha McCleod is a graduate student of Washington University and an undergraduate student of Fontbonne University (formerly Fontbonne College) in St. Louis, Missouri, from the University College and School of Education. An adjunct reading instructor, an adjunct for students in the education department who wanted to become teachers, and a cooperating teacher and supervisor for student-teacher apprenticeship educational programs in the St. Louis area. She tutors multiple subjects at the elementary level. Also, she has taught several grades at the elementary level. Curriculum enhancement through implementation with a diversified focus is another area of specialty she introduces to teachers, especially those new to the field of education, along with varied teaching methods and techniques mandatory for student success which is highly important to her. Marsha is genuinely passionate about teaching.
Mia Simpson is a Quality Assurance Manager (QAM) for Scribe America. As a QAM, she ensures that the scribes, those who complete medical charting, and the medical professionals who use the service are at the company's standards. Also, Mia is an exemplary Educational Enhancement Coach with Inner City Youth Tutoring, Inc., who completed her degree in Biochemistry at Wittenberg University. She tutors multiple subjects with a focus on high school math and science. Mia volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House in her free time and enjoys catching up on her favorite television shows or reading books. She is indeed a dedicated and committed individual.