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Meet the Team
Billy Francis, B.Eng
Founder and CEO
Billy graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa with a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2017. His main experience involved courses in material performance, aerospace, and rocket propulsion. Billy currently works full-time as an Aerospace Engineer for the Department of National Defence and supports the company on his spare time.
Billy started as a tutor in Grade 12, teaching younger grades the principles of Math and Science as well as helping them with their homework. He enjoyed this so much that he pursued more students on a weekly basis throughout his university career. In university, Billy acquired a position as a teaching assistant for the second year engineering graphical design course at Carleton University teaching the fundamentals of 3D modelling using computer software. He now has more than 11 years of tutoring experience under his belt, ensuring that his students succeed in their courses.
Billy runs the company to ensure every student's needs are met and that they have the perfect mentor to help them succeed.
Areas of Expertise: Math, Calculus, Science, Physics, Aerospace Propulsion, Aerodynamics
Juan Posada, B.Eng, M.A.Sc
Tutoring Services Manager
Juan graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa with a Master of Applied Science in Aerospace Engineering. His research involved the testing of specialized equipment for cooling geostationary satellites while also developing a mathematical model to predict test results. Juan obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering with a concentration in Space Systems Design from Carleton where he worked on the design of a CubeSat, taking the role of lead systems integrator for the project. On the side, Juan also founded the Carleton Planetary Robotics Team which builds mars rovers to participate in competitions worldwide. Juan currently works as an Aerospace Engineer for the Department of National Defence.
Juan worked as a tutor for IB schools through his senior year in high school for Math, Physics and Biology. Since starting university, Juan has worked as a teaching assistant in various math, physics and engineering courses, providing him with over 10 years of experience supporting students.
Areas of Expertise: Math, Calculus, Science, Physics, Heat Transfer, Orbital Mechanics, Satellite Design, Thermodynamics
Bronwyn Skelley, B.Eng
Bronwyn graduated from Carleton University in 2018 with a Bachelors degree in Software Engineering with a Minor in Industrial Economics. Bronwyn is passionate about sharing her love of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) with others, and has been a part of initiatives such as Go Code Girl and Go Eng Girl, which introduce young girls to the fun of STEM!
Throughout university she was a Teacher's Assistant for linear algebra and computer programming, helping students learn problem solving and analytical skills.
Areas of Expertise: Math, Computer Science, Calculus, Vectors, Advanced Functions, Physics, Science
Ben Campbell, B.Sc
Ben is a graduate of Carleton University where he completed a Bachelors of Computer Science. Ben enjoys working in both software development and teaching. He's worked two software developer jobs over the course of his degree that bolstered his skills in solving problems through code. Ben graduated high school having gone through the International Baccalaureate (IB) program which helped form a solid understanding in a number of school subjects.
Ben strives to teach lesson concepts in a way that all students can understand. He's excited to help every student he works with to succeed!
Areas of Expertise: Math, Calculus, Vectors, Computer Science, Advanced Functions, Science
Holly Reis, B.Sc
Holly graduated from Queen’s university in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and is currently in her first year of a second bachelor’s degree at the faculty of education at Western University. Throughout her undergraduate degree she supported numerous students with a wide range of abilities at the university level following her high school tutoring experience. She has been a tutor in numerous subjects for all ages since the 10th grade and her passion for helping students has translated to her seeking out a teaching career. Additionally, she spent her time in university volunteering with Students 4 Special Olympics as the co-president which runs a free soccer program for students with disabilities in the community.
Holly grew up actively being a competitive ringette and lacrosse player even winning provincials with her teams in both sports. She understands the importance of balancing time between academics and extracurriculars while continuing to be an advocate for the importance of physical activity within the community.
She is passionate about helping students meet and exceed their own expectations and experience a successful academic career. She has always loved school and enjoys passing along her love of academics to the younger generation!
Areas of Expertise: English/ Language arts, Math, French, Biology, Essay and paper writing/editing, Anatomy, Science
Melissa is a professional in Chemical Engineering who graduated from Universidad de Costa Rica (one of the top Universities in Costa Rica and Latin America). During her undergrad, she participated in Science contests where she won awards and she published an article about how to awaken the interest in Science Learning with cost-effective materials in the Journal of Chemical Education. Currently, she is pursuing a Master of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University doing research in Polymerization.
She has five years of hands-on experience as an Engineer in different industries but also as a Lecturer teaching about Mass transfer and General Chemistry. Her journey as a tutor started in 2015 and hasn’t stopped since then because she discovered her passion for helping students acquire analytical techniques to thrive in their STEM courses to achieve their academic and professional goals. She understands that every person learns differently which is why she always adapts her lessons to the student’s needs. Finally, she wants her students to feel safe and comfortable asking as many questions as they need because that curiosity will improve their learning experience.
She is an outgoing and friendly person that enjoys dancing, watching movies and good food.
Areas of Expertise: Polymers, Mass Transfer, Materials Science, Research and Product Development, Design of Experiments, Project Management, Renewable Resources, and Science.
Kiven is currently an undergraduate student at Western University. He is completing his Bachelor of Science in Medical Science. Throughout his undergraduate degree, he founded an organization dedicated to creating open-access education resources reducing financial barriers for university students. Kiven has several publications in peer-reviewed medical journals dedicated to researching neurological and cardiological problems. Kiven has founded a non-profit initiative to teach first-year university students how to build their careers in biological research.
Kiven has worked with youths from age 6 to 17 during his undergraduate time. He volunteered with several organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and Swimming with a Mission.
Kiven’s goal is to help students thoroughly understand a concept and teach them how to approach problems from a conceptual perspective rather than memorization.
Areas of Expertise: Calculus, primary and junior level mathematics, algebra, biology, history, geography and high school science
Malosree studied neuroscience at the graduate level at McGill University and loves to talk about biomolecules and the brain. She previously completed her undergraduate education at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, where she majored in neuroscience and minored in mathematics.
Outside of academics, Malosree is passionate about science communication and science outreach and was part of various student outreach organizations throughout graduate school. She also has experience with teaching or tutoring elementary school students, high school students, undergraduates, and even her graduate school peers.
Malosree always tries to inspire curiosity in those she is teaching, because it is one of the best ways to motivate learning! In her spare time, she reads mystery novels, learns classical Indian dance, and spends time with her cat.
Areas of Expertise: Biology, science, neuroscience, math
Akash is an undergraduate student at the University of Ottawa. He is pursuing a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Computer Engineering. From a young age, he has always been interested in mathematics and sciences. At his high school, he has been vocal with his peers about the importance, prevalence, and potential of STEM disciplines in our fast-changing world. Over the last six years, he has successfully competed in the University of Waterloo’s Mathematics Contests.
Akash regularly helped students and friends with homework and test preparation throughout his time in intermediate and high school. During his time as his school council’s Co-President, he co-led a team to organize weekly conference sessions, where he would aid students with academics and general concerns. He thoroughly enjoyed assisting students in realizing their academic goals. In his senior year, he became a tutor with the OCDSB and a classroom assistant to broaden his outreach. Since then, he has formally tutored fundamentals of mathematics and sciences for students in grades 9 to 12.
Akash enjoys playing the piano and karate. He has been doing karate with the Japan Karate Association for more than ten years and has experience teaching children and teenagers. He also does competitive trivia.
Akash strives to ensure his students develop strong problem-solving, critical-thinking skills, and study habits to resolve challenges independently. He understands that each student learns differently and will adapt teaching styles to their needs to achieve and surpass their expectations.
Areas of Expertise: Calculus and Vectors, Advanced Functions, Geometry and Algebra, Junior and Intermediate Level Mathematics, High School Physics and Chemistry, General Sciences, Computer Science
Charlotte graduated from Queen’s University in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Biology. During her undergraduate program, she was involved in numerous research projects, including investigating vegetation response to climate and land use change in central Northwest Territories and eastern Ontario. After graduating, Charlotte spent time in South Africa volunteering with elasmobranch research and hopes to pursue a career in Marine Biology one day.
Throughout university, Charlotte actively engaged in collaborative efforts with her peers and colleagues, cultivating a profound understanding of various subjects. Her mentoring goal is to ensure that every student achieves success in their unique academic pursuits while fostering a strong sense of confidence in their academic abilities.
Areas of Expertise: Math, Science, Calculus, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, Geography